When Sleep Goes Wrong (part 1)

Do you snore? I have for years. Of course, I'm a sleep and I don't know it. Do you snore loudly? My husband has said for years that I snore like a bear. Has anyone ever told you that you stop breathing when you sleep? Wait, I didn’t know that was happening. My family did,... Continue Reading →

The Unique Blogger Award

I appreciate anyone and everyone who takes time to read my work and am especially honored when someone takes time to recognize it.  Thank you Aranab for nominating me for the Unique Blogger Award. Here’s just a bit about Aranab before I get into answering questions. He has created a positive space where he shares daily... Continue Reading →

A Funny Moment with Dry Shampoo

My blog is about sharing the educational, inspirational and funny moments of life. I enjoy sharing the funny moments most, and while I've already shared this story on Facebook, Snap chat, and at work, I feel like I'm leaving my readers out, and I must share. Before I get started lets talk about what dry... Continue Reading →

6 Steps to Encourage Goals and Dreams

A father and his 8 yr old son were in the yard throwing a football around. “I’m gonna be in the NFL one day!” said the boy. “You can’t even catch the ball, son,” said the dad. “I’m gonna learn, and then I’ll play NFL,” the boy shot back. “Son, NFL players start learning when they... Continue Reading →

Dog Walking: Why I Stopped Using a Bicycle

Every dog lover knows that dogs like and NEED walks.  Dogs like exploring, and they NEED to expend energy. Pent up energy is what causes nervous habits for dogs, like chewing shoes, walls, door frames, excessive barking, etc. While I know Lucky, my hundred pound Lab/bulldog mix, enjoyed and needed the walks, there were days... Continue Reading →

Avoid Copyright Issues

A couple weeks ago I read a post about a blogger who is going through some expensive legal pains due to some pictures posted on her blog. I wish I’d remembered to save her link, but her situation has stuck in my mind as I navigate the do’s and don’ts of blogging.  Its clear that... Continue Reading →

If I could, I’d Miss Him.

5 years old: I stood and stared, for hours, out of the window of our New York apartment building waiting for my father to show up. It was my birthday. He never showed up. I don’t remember much about New York, but I remember looking out of that window for a long time. I remember... Continue Reading →

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