As time marches by and progress brings new technologies and innovations, we sometimes lose a few items that we end up missing.
And while I am not suggesting technology and innovations should regress, it would be nice if things just gressed for a while sometimes so we could keep a few of these favorite items.
With that in mind, our judges have put together the Top 5 Items Lost To Progress. Continue reading “Top 5 Items Lost To Progress”
As part of our continuing study of how people react differently to the exact same situation, we asked all of our test subjects the same question and then wrote down their responses.
Today, we asked them, “Why did the chicken cross the road?” Here are the answers we received: Continue reading “‘Why did the chicken cross the road?’ question results in several very different responses”
While many people search far and wide for the keys to happiness, it’s often the small ordinary items right in front of you that can bring you the most satisfaction.
Here are a few examples of some relatively ordinary item can make my whole day: Continue reading “It’s the simple things in life that make you happy”
Walking to work this summer has given me a lot of time to think.
Unfortunately, though, having too much time to think usually just causes me problems.
I had imagined that the walk would be a lovely stroll where I would enjoy the melodies of the birds and cicadas while achieving inner peace.
Instead, the sounds of nature are drowned out by the thoughts cascading through my mind while I am not focused on driving, listening to the radio or doing anything except for walking. Continue reading “A walk is a nice time to reflect on squirrels, extra socks and my reflection”
For too long, toasters have been coasting on their past achievements.
As a toast enthusiast, I love to eat the delightfully dry treat, but I am often frustrated by several extremely important issues surrounding toasters.
In order to help improve toasters and benefit humanity, our judges have put together this list of the Top 5 Problems With Toasters. Continue reading “Top 5 problems with toasters”
Apple became the first publicly traded company in the U.S. to be valued at $1 trillion or more last week, which means it’s time to get your next goal done, Apple and finally purchase my blog.
I have been hesitant to sell the blog, but after I read delicious news last week that Apple’s stock rose past $207.04 per share, which pushed the stock value to more than $1 trillion, I feel that now may be the right time. Continue reading “Top 5 reasons Apple should buy my blog”
I picked up some good advice in an unexpected place the other evening.
“Make a plan for what you are going to do before it happens,” was the advice from my friend, Roy The Umpire.
Roy is a very wise man who shares the same middle name as several significant historical figures. I can only assume that he has a family connection to Alexander The Great, Attila The Hun and Dog The Bounty Hunter. Continue reading “Planning is key for your career, personal goals and when you lift the dryer over your head”