Sports Trends – 5 US Sports Europe Didn’t Invent

Americans love other nations’ sports. I was in a sports bar last night. The majority of the televisions were displaying rugby, soccer and cycling…cycling! London even hosts NFL regular season games. I’m baffled by this international sports trend when there are so many challenging and competitive sports that were created right here on American soil […]

Online Relationship or Fraudulent Love

I proudly admit that I am an avid Catfish watcher. I cannot get enough of that show. (Max is hysterical.) The stories of fraudulent love fascinate me. I have a hard time wrapping my head around the idea of falling in love with someone whom one not only has never met, but whose identity one […]

What I Learned in 2014

Last year was a mixed bag for me. I cannot say it was a good year or a bad year; it was just a year.  Valerie Burton inspired me with her end of year blog post titled “What I Learned in 2014“. She says: “Whether you view the experiences you’ve had this year as good […]

Welcome 2015 Without Negative Resolutions

Do your New Year’s Resolutions cause you anxiety the minute you make them? Are you forming your goals for the new year based on your  failures or shortcoming of the previous year? Is your promise to yourself ringing with negativity in your ear? I came across this article on BuzzFeed and I think it’s a […]

The Soapbox: Due Diligence in Reality TV

I only watched an episode or two of the apparently hit TLC reality show “Here Comes Honey Boo Boo”.  Frankly, the show appalled me and although from an American entertainment standpoint it brought on the chuckles, I saw no other benefit to airing anything regarding this obvious train wreck of a family.  As it turns […]