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20 Jun 19
Adventurous Aging ->your baby boomer lifestyle

by Deb Sims Welcome back to your cheery, Baby Boomer lifestyle blog. In today’s post: I have found that a sincere, smiling face is an open door to an adventurous life. Who wants to do anything with a mopey, negative person. Read on and get ready to smile… Need some cheer today? In Today’s Thoughts: […]

20 Jun 19
Shut My Mouth

I haven’t been writing much. I’ve been thinking about writing a lot lately, but just haven’t gotten around to doing it. I really need to force myself to do it, since it’s basically a form of therapy and a release of toxins in my brain. But I did another brain dump in May and never […]

19 Jun 19
Archy news nety

Beautiful former model Barbara Smith once owned Southern style restaurants – from the Theater District to Sag Harbor – named B. Smith. Dan Gasby's business partner was her husband of nearly 30 years. What happened was told before – but it had some bad headlines. I knew both well. I know I spoke to Dan: […]

19 Jun 19
My Travel Doodles

For years vacations meant touristy destinations, living in pretty prepped up rooms in luxurious resorts with everything in place … close to  picture perfect….till the time I experienced  the charm of the imperfections of a home stay experience. And since then vacations have been beyond just vacations….they have been immersive experiences giving an opportunity to […]

19 Jun 19
Centered by Design

Designing kitchens is one of my absolute favorite parts of the interior design process. It’s the heart of the home and can set the tone for the overall look and feel of your house. We are revealing our latest completed kitchen in Evanston, IL. It’s great example of how small kitchen design can have a […]

19 Jun 19

There is no other way to call my journey through Jordan than a DREAM. First of all a dream coming true, because I have been dreaming of visiting Petra for such a longtime that I can’t even count the years; but it was also a dream itself, a place where I completely disconnected from the […]

19 Jun 19
The New Tré Roland Site!

A Short Piece of Realistic Fiction by Tré Roland INTRODUCTORY DISCLAIMER The characters and events in this story are fictitious, and the story itself is partially allegorical. If there is any real people that go by the names of the fictional characters mentioned, they are purely coincidental and unintentional. PROLOGUE The mainstream music industry – […]

19 Jun 19
Khaotic me

There are many stages and cycles that we go through in life. Life changes so fast that we dont realize it has happened. At times we do notice the changes that happen in our lives, maybe you have asked yourself why, scratching your head in frustration for answers. I recall as kid being told “becareful […]

19 Jun 19
Kutty Kurippukal

Growing up in Cochin, crows were a common sight. As a child I used to watch these fascinating animals keenly. My earliest memories are of a group of early risers that travelled south just before sunrise. Hearing their flutter-fest and caws people would wake up and start their daily ablutions. It used to be nature’s […]

19 Jun 19
Tall Blonde Tales

No one ever likes to think that their relationship will come to an end because, let’s face it, no one likes going through a breakup. However, as much as we all love to hope that all of our relationships are bulletproof and nothing can shake them, sometimes a break up is inevitable. Getting over a break up can often be one of the toughest experiences we go through, especially depending on the circumstances and reasons why the break up happened. Now, I know that if you are going through a breakup, saying that “the sun will come up tomorrow” is not exactly what you want to hear. What I can tell you though, having experienced one or two breakups myself, is that as hard as it is there are ways to handle it and keep yourself together. Today I’m collaborating with a close friend of mine to write this blog post (her words indicated by the quotation marks), and we will be discussing how you can handle a breakup. We both know what a terrible experience it can be, but having both lived through it, we know that it is possible to get through it and handle it without falling apart. We’ll be sharing those tips with you today. I hope you enjoy it!

19 Jun 19
Quartier Mode: Fashion Neighbourhood

This is big news for me! In 2013 I left Montreal and moved back home to Newfoundland and fell apart. This mystical burn out other designers had warned me about at Quartier Mode. It took five years of self discovery, putting myself back together, reaching out for help, learning about science and the mind body […]