We're so concerned with what people think. It may be better than we perceive...or worse if you suck.
What are the similarities between the writing process of poetry and yoga? I'll discuss three of them--being mindful, relaxed and precise.
If you think that your first days as a teenager were exciting, you should have walked on my shoes.
In keeping with my hubs about what flies and other species of life say, this one is about frogs and their talking.
There are various ways to cook eggs. People might not know that the way they eat their eggs reveals a lot about them. See what it says about you.
This is a first for me. Maybe the last. When I was in high school, I lived in fear and dread of having to be our school mascot. You might want to sit down as you explore this soul-wrenching tale.
My thoughts on the show "13 Reasons Why" and how I can relate to it in my own life.
Cute puppy photos, melodramatic memes and curiously chaotic comments...
There is no wrath like a mother whose son has been scorned. The fury that I felt from the heart break that my son experienced was quite unexpected. And I couldn't heal his pain.
The most inimitable place to be, besides in my husband’s arms, is Harrogate, Tennessee. The rolling hills, clean crisp air, and spaciousness all surpass the city life. The memories and joy I experience when I am there will always...
Whether you are an animal lover or not, do you not see animals as individual as humans?
Every book and every movie has a main character. The lucky one. The brilliant one. We see them and we ask, "We want to see something about the normal guy!" But is that really what we want?
If you are taking the steps to live your passion, you are amazing, and here is why.
Be advised -- this is a true narrative about (a) certain talk between my good friend, Randy Pearce, and I, during a break in high school one morning. I have only the truth about that talk.
What did you expect? I tried to fuse rats and inventions into one catchy headline.
Many companies write that they do not plan to sell your email address, so it is safe to give them yours. But, what about the companies that don't promise, and the emails you receive from unusual place
This article describes my personal take on a particular "harmless" song that I feel objectifies and degrades women, encourages men to abuse women, as well as potentially promotes peer pressure.
Social Media makes it easier for people to fall in a pseudo relationship that is typically unfulfilling for both parties; and it's not the person, but the social media that the feelings are for.
Question: If a bum or tramp were to meet you face-to-face, would you be able to know the difference? No? Then you best study this narrative.
Supermarket shopping in modern times can be an extremely frustrating business. Do you ever find yourself mentally and physically drained after a simple visit to the supermarket? This page takes a tongue in cheek look at some of the issues we are likely to encounter on a daily basis at the supermarket.
This is a true narrative. Warning: it is sad. Read, enjoy anyway.
A thrill-filled, spine-chilling narrative about something that happened with the Huge Original Soft Drink Company.
A weekend on the river with my canoe reveals a lot more than whether or not I am a good paddler.
If you hate football, you will be looking for something else to do on Super Bowl Sunday. Here are 25 things that are guaranteed to be more fun than the game — for non-football fans, that is.
Kids will be kids, and sometimes, they will absolutely surprise you.
This personal narrative spotlights how our world's poultry and beef industries have been used for profit for way too long. This piece does bear you reading and thinking about the text.
My thoughts on the evening of the death of a beloved pastor and friend.
When you stand in familiar surroundings do you get a sense of place, a sense of history, a sense of belonging? This is an exploration of what you have around you.
I love those old mountains I call home. Take a journey with me as I guide you through a tiny part of Potter County, Pennsylvania.
Authors, you might think you are in control of your writing. In your mind, you control where the story leads and what words are formed to create the world for your reader. But the truth is that most of the time you are not. Okay, you never are. You...
In every life there is some one or some people who are living, breathing mysteries. You understand some. And some you don't. I am talking about a family who are STILL a living, breathing mystery.
There is a constructive side to denial which doesn't mean turning a blind eye on negative aspects of life - but rather focusing on the positive ones, which on quantum level produces positive outcomes.
The history of the English language along with some interesting facts, weird words, and quirky features of English.