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After my 85th birthday last week, I looked back over my life and was surprised to discover in how many different ways I had been lucky, in addition to some

Life in Bite-Sized Morsels: Learning to Live Life on Life’s Terms’ | A Book Recommendation

"Many of these essays refer to the hangnails in life, the annoying and all-encompassing moments that have hijacked my attention and provoked me to consider things in a different light. I have learned to investigate them, to focus on one moment at a time, taking life in bite-sized morsels. Yoga enables me to do this." Kyczy Hawk

Ashley Tisdale Celebrates Turning 30: 'I Feel Stronger Than I've Ever Been In My Life'

Ashley Tisdale gets a big smooch from her good pal Sarah Hyland while celebrating her birthday at the JustFab House Presented by Kia Motors on Friday (July 3) in Malibu, Calif. The 30-year-old actress was joined by her husband Christopher French, Sarah‘s boyfriend Dominic Sherwood, Jonathan Sadowski, as well as cast members of her show [...]

Apple Watch has a place at school with upcoming Penn State study

Nobody’s really sure what to do with wearables like the Apple Watch, and we don’t just mean in the “How does this improve my life?” sense of it. Safety and cheating concerns are putting it on a lot of people’s … Read more ›

The Day My Dad Told Me He Had Cancer

He was so busy with “his life.” What his dad told him that day woke him up to what’s important and changed his life.  — Ten years ago, I sat down at the edge of the hospital bed my father was laying on, surrounded by my wife and mom. I was not prepared to hear […] The post The Day My Dad Told Me He Had Cancer appeared first on The Good Men Project.

Dalton, Mass-Hanover, NH: Clinging to the shreds of my sanity 

Total miles: 1747 Miles left: 442 Average per day: 18-22 I can’t believe I walked back to my home state. I spent the first socially awkward 18 years of my life in New Hampshire, and I walked here from Georgia. I almost cried when we crossed over from Vermont, but that’s nothing new. I cry......

A Resource for All Ages

Some of the most moving coaching conversations I have had in my life have been with teens and young adults who have lost their bearings and lost their way. What I love about this population, besides the fact that for several years IShow More Summary

3 Years Gone and She's Still Getting It

Almost exactly three years ago, I read that Nora Ephron died. I had just moved the farthest I'd ever been from my family and friends, and started law school a few weeks earlier. Life was changing, but I always expected Nora to be there...Show More Summary

'I Was Always Different, Always Other'

Last year while speaking to a group of high school students, I was asked if 20 years ago, I thought my life would be like this. Now, I'm sure we all know the answer to this -- no, of course not. My life if nothing like I thought it would be; it is way better. Show More Summary

The calm before the storm

Oh my goodness. One week from tomorrow and it’s going to be one of the most important days of my life: right up there with graduating, getting married, having my kids. I will be an official published author. Aieeee! I dreamed of this long before I thought about going to veterinary school, back when I […]

Jane the Virgin, Romantic Triangles, and Giving Female Characters the Agency They Deserve

12 hours agoHumor / odd : Geekosystem

My love affair with TV has been a decade long and from the beginning, I've been bombarded with the idea that the love of a man (especially romantic love), is an important part of any woman’s life.

Battling Fear And Anxiety: How I Got My Life Back

It was supposed to be a normal day at work. I made my coffee and went outside to have my first cigarette. As I enjoyed the morning breeze, my heart started beating uncontrollably. That was it. This was going to be my last moment on earth. Show More Summary

10+1 Commandments For Companies Developing Wearable Health Trackers

I use a dozen health trackers to live a healthy life. I would not go out for a run without measuring data. As a geek, that is my motivation. Throughout the last couple of years, I have tested and used about 40 devices and gadgets that measure health parameters or vital signs. The #wearable revolution […]

Passing the Torch

Over the past few months, as I sat contemplating one of the biggest decisions of my life - whether to announce that my time as head of USGBC was sunsetting, and that in a year- and-a-half I would enter an exciting new chapter of life...Show More Summary

How Reading 'The Secret' Changed my Life

Bucket list: #2 Read "The Secret," get enlightened, become super rich I decided to start my bucket off with this one, seeing as it's a book that is supposed to teach you how to do and receive everything you've ever wanted. Instead, it...Show More Summary

My iPhone home screen tells you pretty much everything you need to know about me

Other than a short respite trying out Android, I've been a hardcore iPhone user pretty much my entire smartphone-owning life. I'm also an avid digital organizer. I am not the guy with thousands of unread emails in his inbox, and I am not the guy who doesn't make folders and has everything scattered across his iPhone screens. Show More Summary

5 Rituals and Routines That Changed My Writing Life

Being a writer is a challenging creative pursuit, because as writers, we spend a lot of time alone, in our heads. And for the longest time writers have been told they should write "when they feel inspired." Which couldn't be further from the truth. Show More Summary

My Project: Andrew Brusso's Real Life Mermaids

13 hours agoArts / Photography : Pop Photo

In the 1940s, Bruce Mozert began a decades-long stint as a promotional photographer for the town of Silver Springs, Florida. His charming pictures of men and women grilling fish, playing golf, and reading the paper touted the area’s stunning natural pools—by capturing them underwater. Show More Summary

My Life

Peg Plunkett was an 18th-century Dublin courtesan who decided one day to make some money by publishing a series of memoirs. Now, over two hundred years after Plunkett sketched out her life story, Professor Julie Peakman has rewritten all three volumes for a modern audience. In a piece for The New Statesman, Sarah Dunant reviews her edition of Plunkett’s oeuvre.

Hitting The Road! Preparing My Online Business For Life In An RV.

Getting ready to spend 4 weeks living in a motor home with my family. Here's what it is like preparing my online business to be run from the road, while I'm on vacation. :) The post Hitting The Road! Preparing My Online Business For Life In An RV. appeared first on Blog Marketing Academy.

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