New Year’s Resolutions- 2012 >> Sunday Sense

“If you focus on results, you will never change. If you focus on change, you will get results.” ~Jack Dixon (Author) Looking on Facebook and Twitter, I have been looking over New Year’s Resolutions updates.  I ran across this quote as I was looking for inspiration about changes for my own Continue Reading →

Children & Art >> Sunday Sense

“Every child is an artist. The problem is how to remain an artist once we grow up.” Pablo Picasso  (Spanish Artist and Painter: 1881-1973) Here is one of the first Sunday Sense posts I’ve done in a while. I hope it inspires all you readers with children in your lives. Continue Reading →

Getting Past Finals Stress in 5 steps

How do you get past stress for finals? As I finish my thesis work and my final assignments, I can’t stop thinking about when I will be done with all the stress. When will it end? There are five  ways I use to get rid of finals stress: 1: Maintain Continue Reading →

Things We Say Wrong via WhatYouOughtToKnow

This video captures, in a nutshell, most of the butchered  language that make English teachers and writers cringe. At the same time, these language differences capture differences in socioeconomic class, geography, and the formality or informality of a situation. Related Articles The Fossils of Concepts ( Mysterious language spoken by Continue Reading →

Friday Fuss: Valentine’s Day

First off, I do not hate Valentine’s Day. For one, hate is a very strong word and I like to reserve it’s use. What gets me about Valentine’s Day is: 1. Commercialism: I like shopping as much, or probably more, than the next person so it’s not the actual commercial Continue Reading →

Burn it up with red hot fashion

Red. It is known as the power color and it should be considering that people have connected it with everything from war to danger to passion throughout the ages. So, how do you wear it and get the attention of that certain someone? The first key to wearing red is Continue Reading →

Insurance Advice: The Deal with COBRA

Finding health insurance coverage when you are at risk for having none due to impending graduation or your economic situation is among the worries many twentysomethings have. You may have also heard about the Consolidated Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act, also known as, COBRA. COBRA is way of extending your insurance Continue Reading →