Archive for August, 2015

How Positive Thinking Can Literally Turn Lemons Into Lemonade

Filed in Stress & Anxiety by on August 27, 2015 1 Comment
How Positive Thinking Can Literally Turn Lemons Into Lemonade

Positive thinking, or an optimistic approach to life, has been much heralded over the last several decades, and for good reason. By allowing you to turn what could otherwise be a frustrating situation into one of peace and joy, positive thinking is a vital ingredient to a happy existence. I will provide a couple of […]

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Why You Shouldn’t Have an Affair

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Why You Shouldn’t Have an Affair

Have an affair. Life is short.™ Ashley Madison website slogan Don’t have an affair. Life will seem very, very long if you do! Tim McIntyre You may have seen in the news lately that the Ashley Madison website, which caters to married people seeking to have an affair, had their website hacked. The people who […]

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Don’t Ever Go to White Castle Stone Cold Sober—You’ll Regret It!

Filed in Living by on August 20, 2015 2 Comments
Don’t Ever Go to White Castle Stone Cold Sober—You’ll Regret It!

In the summer I usually take a little break from my diet, just to relax a bit and enjoy some foods I deny myself during the rest of the year. It dawned on me this summer that I hadn’t had White Castle in probably 15 years or so, so I decided to go there for […]

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Not Such Great Reasons to Drink Alcohol

Filed in Stress & Anxiety by on August 13, 2015 2 Comments
Not Such Great Reasons to Drink Alcohol

Those of you who have read my book (and for those of you who haven’t, shame on you!) know that I’ve had a long and eventful past with alcohol, and that’s being charitable. Whether it’s my Irish heritage or just lack of common sense, I never had much luck managing my alcohol intake. My hope […]

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I Don’t Like My Job Anymore, So I’m Going to Switch Careers!

Filed in Living by on August 6, 2015 2 Comments
I Don’t Like My Job Anymore, So I’m Going to Switch Careers!

If I could only have a dollar for every time I’ve heard this. I have a lot of family and friends who are in their late forties or fifties. This is often the time in people’s lives when they get very disillusioned with their job. There are two main reasons for this. The first is […]

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