It’s a brand-new year, which means now is the time to try some new recipes, ogle over some new tech and drink more water! Oh, yes folks, with all of those long lists of resolutions pouring in, I wanted to hand out one simplistic resolution; one that would be easy to keep up with, and extremely effective in helping us to stay healthy. Even though you might already have a
I’m taking a break for my normally scheduled programming to talk about … not resolutions because I don’t make those, but rather intentions for 2018. There’s something about the new year that always seems so hopeful and bright. It’s a clean slate. Anything can happen. Endless possibilities. And for some, me included, those endless possibilities can seem daunting at times. I have exactly ONE intention for 2018: to be present.
We all want to be our best self; an individual who feels good about who they are, and who spreads their positive attitudes to those around them as well. As the new year approaches, these feelings of wanting to improve certain aspects of our lives are magnified by all of the resolutions that you’re sure to hear about. Some people want to be happier by finding a job they love,
With the holidays right around the corner, many of us are starting to think about the upcoming New Year and those pesky resolutions. (That are sometimes very hard to keep, might I add!) Luckily, there are lots of great tech toys to help us stay on track and achieve our goals for 2017. Check out these resolutions and some of the tech that can make them more attainable: Resolution: To
“Here we come a-wassailing …” So opens the traditional English carol (alternate version: here we come a-caroling). At first I thought wassailing was just old-timey verbiage for going caroling (falalalala-lala-la-la), but apparently it’s more than that. Settle in campers, it’s history time! Wassail is an Anglo-Saxon phrase ‘waes hael’, which means ‘good health’ in ye olde timey English. Generally wassail is mixed in a GINORMOUS silver or pewter bowl (I