Surviving mornings when you're not a morning person

Surviving Mornings When You’re Not A Morning Person

I am not a morning person. Not even close. If it were up to me, my day would start somewhere around 10:00 and ease into work mode somewhere around noon. I start slow. I can probably count on one hand the number of times I’ve actually been able to follow Continue Reading

Pizza Toppings, Neanderthals, And The Ability To Chill

Pizza Toppings, Neanderthals, And The Ability To Chill

Gravity is the root of lightness; stillness, the ruler of movement. Tao te Ching, 26 eanderthals would probably have not liked pineapple on their pizza and that’s why they’re extinct. Sort of. Not exactly, mind you. Although Neanderthals did presumptively occupy parts of what is now Italy so I guess Continue Reading

Overcoming the stigma attached to mental health

Many can’t see the benefit of speaking up. Source: Most people think there is a stigma attached to mental health at work – Business Insider I’m going to keep this one fairly short because a) this is an area where advice is best left to experts, and b) there’s plenty of Continue Reading

The Chainsaw Wielding Nun

Nun With A Chainsaw Becomes Symbol Of Post-Irma Cleanup: ‘She Rocks’

When downed trees blocked the road near Sister Margaret Ann’s school in southwest Miami-Dade County, she grabbed a chainsaw and got to work. Source: Nun With A Chainsaw Becomes Symbol Of Post-Irma Cleanup: ‘She Rocks’ : The Two-Way : NPR   There’s a lesson here, dudes. When a tree falls Continue Reading

Old Man Talking's "Rethinking 'Merica"

Look! The Old Man Has A New Book!

Are we excited around here or what? The Old Man has published a new book! Rethinking ‘Merica is an examination of the current state of the country with practical suggestions for what we can do to actually make it better. This isn’t ear-tickling political garbage, mind you. If anything the Old Man Continue Reading