Another New Year is upon us as we gear up for the monumental changes we plan to make in the months ahead. Have you made your resolutions yet? Or is your list secret and hidden in the recesses of your mind? Are you one who says, “I don’t make resolutions,” yet sets out for a jog on Jan 1 to burn off holiday food when you’ve never jogged before? Or maybe you’ve bought a journal with a lock and key to write down your deepest, darkest thoughts in an effort to gain more control over your life.Continue reading →
The Merriam-Webster Dictionary defines Creativity as: the ability to make new things or think of new ideas.
Whenever I think of creativity, I remember the story of eight year old Abbey Fleck who, after seeing the mess cooking bacon in the microwave made, invented a bacon rack for the microwave that allows for the fat to drain off into a reservoir. Clearly some people are more creative than others, but what if there was a way to improve your creativity? Keep reading.Continue reading →
Our 16 year-old Rav4 had 220,000 miles, and was still running strong, but the clutch was finally showing signs of wear so we decided to look into a new car.
We wanted to go electric, so we surveyed the current state of the technology, keeping in mind we only have one car and so it had to cover all of our needs.
You basically have three choices of electric vehicles today…Continue reading →
Uck. Slippery snakes. Eweeee. I hear you.
Snakes aren’t sexy unless you’re born under the Chinese sign of the snake. Then you might be very, very sexy. Let’s not forget the snake is the universal symbol of sexuality.
Ghosts. Are you a believer? Either you are or you aren’t. Everyone has an opinion.
Ghost stories are said to have been around since 2000 B.C.. The word Spirit from Latin. Phantom from Greek. Spook from Dutch. Wraith from Scotland.Continue reading →
It all started with a kinky BBC show about people who fall in love with inanimate objects. Supposedly, there is a woman married to the Berlin Wall and another woman in love with the Eiffel Tower. Okay, the Eiffel Tower I understand. It’s very shapely.
Other than a good laugh I wouldn’t have thought more about the show, but then I read about a line of priests that are said to guard a tree in the woodlands of Diana, the roman goddess of fertility.Continue reading →
One of my first memories as a child was meeting Teddy, my Fairy Godmother. In actuality she is my Godmother. Somehow my childish brain confused my bedtime stories with this sweet, loving woman who in many ways was bigger than life.
As a child I saw her on rare occasions, which helped to keep the Fairy Godmother fantasy alive. When I was an annoying thirteen, we moved nearer to Teddy’s house and I learned how magical Teddy really is.Continue reading →