Say What?

Say What?

Remember, in December, when I said we were done? Well, all I can say is you never know what the future holds. 2020 was a strange year. 2021’s not that much different, yet something’s changed. A fresh perspective. New ideas. Expanded possibilities. All this...
Births, Deaths, and Food Insecurity

Births, Deaths, and Food Insecurity

When I was a kid and someone we knew died, shortly after receiving the news mom would head to the kitchen. She’d make a meal of some sort for the family who’d suffered the loss. It would usually be something that could be frozen, like a casserole or...
Why You Need a Good Enemy

Why You Need a Good Enemy

A well-defined enemy is one of the best things you can hope for in life. You need a good enemy to bring out your best. Without one, you’ll live a more comfortable but more mediocre life. What’s an enemy? Someone or something that poses a threat to you,...
Four S’ that Can Help with Mental Health

Four S’ that Can Help with Mental Health

I’m interested in mental health issues. Probably because I’ve had them. More likely because I’m still going through them. I suppose we all are suffering to some degree (how Buddhist!), especially during the Covid restrictions. I heard something that...
Do You Think Like Me?

Do You Think Like Me?

I wonder what other people are thinking. A lot. Probably more than I should. I don’t particularly care whether they’re thinking about me. Chances are when I observe other people they’re not even aware of me. It’s just that I’m aware of...
The Destructive Force of Freedom

The Destructive Force of Freedom

Marketers know that one of the most powerful words is “free”. “FREE CONSULTATION” “FREE DOWNLOAD” “FREE TRIAL” Companies know they’ll get more uptake from prospects when something’s free. What I wonder though...