Book Review: Astrophysics For People In A Hurry

Like you and most others, I do not have the time (or brain power) to contemplate the cosmos and learn everything that I can about it.  And like 100% of you reading this, I am not an astrophysicist.  Thankfully, Neil deGrasse Tyson has simplified the essentials down into a short book for us!  The book provides… Continue reading Book Review: Astrophysics For People In A Hurry

Book Review: The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck

I am not sure I am at the right place in my life to need/enjoy this book as much as others do.  It all seemed a little too “Dr. Phil with lots of cuss words” to me and not very much helpful information.  Maybe I have already mastered the subtle art of not giving a… Continue reading Book Review: The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck

Book Review: Unqualified

I just love when Audible has the authors narrate their comedic novels or memoirs.  They wrote the book, so they definitely know how it sounded in their minds and can give it that perfect inflection, emphasis, loudness/quietness, etc.  Unqualified, by Anna Faris, is no exception from that.  Anna does a great job narrating in this… Continue reading Book Review: Unqualified

10 Minutes A Day To Less Stress

Raise your hand if you are stressed out.  Did you raise your hand?  If not, slap yo’self!  If you are one of the lucky few who seem to never get stressed then I applaud you.  For the rest of us it seems like there is always something out there stressing us to the max.  “Am… Continue reading 10 Minutes A Day To Less Stress

The Ups and Downs of Escalators and Elevators

Another year is underway.  Another month is passing that reminds us each and every day that the job we have is not the job we want.  When did we roll over and submit to being trampled by the big corporations who inundate us with a false sense of loyalty?  Is there time to make a plan… Continue reading The Ups and Downs of Escalators and Elevators