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Are Weddings No Longer Relevant?

By now, many of my blog followers know my beef with weddings, and with the post The Wedding: Take Two – The Ceremony and The Reception, so this title shouldn’t come as a surprise but, hear me out. With a population that is becoming less religious and that is leaving the nest to shack up long […]

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Stranger Things 2: Proof that Female Leads Can Kick Ass

Stranger Things is the #1 show in the USA for the month of November (2017) and is the most streamed show on Netflix. For Season 1 info, click on the link here. Did you know that only 12% of movie casts are balanced when it comes to male to female character ratios? There are usually […]

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PTSD Doesn’t Discriminate: Anyone Can Develop It

I’ve gotten some smart ass clap backs from people assuming that a middle class person of means cannot and should not develop or have post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) so I felt the need to set the record straight. Fifty percent of people in the USA will experience first hand trauma, with women more likely […]

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My #gopinkandblue Story: Why We Decided To Stop Trying

First off, let me start by saying that infertility, infant and pregnancy loss affect men and women alike. There is a misconception out in the world that fertility problems are only for the ladies or that men don’t feel the pain of pregnancy loss or infertility. That is plainly not true. Sometimes I think that […]

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The Organized Mind by Daniel J. Levitin

From organizational structures to everyday routines, most of us fail to create systems that will help us process, archive and retrieve the information we need to make decisions effectively. By exploring the techniques in his book, The Organized Mind, Daniel J. Levitin invites us to learn about our own cognitive limitations when processing information in […]