Reflection, NOT Resolution

I'm setting a new trend for myself for New Year's day. Instead of establishing lofty goals that, often, I set too high for myself, I've decided to instead look upon New Year's as a day of reflection rather than resolutions. A cup of warm lemon water each morning (before eating or drinking anything else) is... Continue Reading →


13 Take-aways from 2013: HAPPY NEW YEAR!

As the New Year is upon us (be GONE, 2013, don't let the door hit you in the A**!), I'm reflecting on the lessons I learned, the moments that will be remembered, as well as contemplating what's to come. I've made a list of 13... nothing better than writing it all down to flesh out... Continue Reading →

…So I Lied

... a little white lie. When I said I don't make New Year's resolutions, I lied-- sort of; I made one mocking the notion of making New Year's resolutions: mine was to DRINK MORE AND DRINK MORE FREQUENTLY (which I told to anyone who asked me what mine was). I lied and I didn't. It... Continue Reading →



New Year's Resolutions date back to 153 B.C. when the Roman God, Janus-- God of Beginnings, was placed on the calendar demarcating the god looking back on the past and ahead to the future. It has remained a custom to reflect upon the year past in order to create a resolution (or several) for the... Continue Reading →


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