The sky is blue, the air is fresh, and the colors are changing. The year is drawing to a close, and there is ample time to reflect—while you rakeRead More
“Disposable” just seems like a funny way to describe something that will outlast us, our kids, grandkids, great grandkids and probably their great grandkids too. Heck, we could pass down plastic cutlery as family heirlooms. “Disposable” seems like a funny way to describe something that will outlast us, our kids, grandkids, great grandkids and probably their great grandkids too.Read More
I used to think that the only thing our landline was good for was getting calls from people we refused to give our cellphone numbers to. Then we got rid of it. And now I know what my old-fashioned phone was really good forRead More
I’m going to suggest to my coworkers that we start working together like Congress does. I don’t think any of my team has experience serving in Congress, but I still think we can pull it off because we were all children once.Read More
A man I know is fond of saying that if shopping were an Olympic sport, American women would bring home the gold every time. I counter with, “If remote control operation were an Olympic sport, American men wouldn’t even let anyone else compete."Read More
Putting your resolutions on paper will make them seem more doable and make you feel more committed.Also, if you fail, you’ll have your list ready when it comes time to make resolutions next year.
One Friday morning when I was in college, a certain nice young man asked me on a date for that evening. I agreed without hesitation. There was just one problem. Another not-as-nice young man had already asked me out—sort of.Read More