https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xGcAHb6qTiU The Candace Owens Show on Prager U Candace Owens talks with Taleeb Starkes, author of Black Lies Matter. Hopeful, intelligent, refreshing. Listen to a coherent discussion about the state and future of Black America you will not hear from mass media sources.
Lined paper and a #2 Ticonderoga pencil, sometimes a ballpoint pen, are all I need to get my story moving or a post about parenting mighty girls started. Today’s ancient college lined paper (ten years old?!) calls for a pen, despite introducing three different pencils. You are witness to my pencils’ rebellion, or, the right… Continue reading Simple Tools
Road ID Cyber Weekend sale ends today. Have an amazing December! I just ordered a new Road ID and two for my dog. I wear ID all the time because I often run alone or with the dog. In case a crazy driver hits me or I fall on a trail and hit my head,… Continue reading Who Should Wear ID 24/7?
Once, you clasped her to your chest and took her everywhere: the bus, the bathroom, class, the park. She soothed you, engaged you, kept you busy, and filled you with joyful bubbles. Then, gradually, you held her hand less, started leaving her at home, stopped returning her calls. Replaced by responsibility, work, and “serious matters,”… Continue reading Feed Your Creative Soul Daily
http://www.stitcher.com/s The Art of Manliness Podcast, episode #562: How Boxing Can Fight Parkinson's Disease Nurse and Boxer Aaron Sloan coaches Parkinson's patients in his Tulsa, Oklahoma boxing gym, Engine Room Boxing. He talks about how boxing benefits his clients and plans to train other boxing gyms in the program. Featured image by Shaun Bell on… Continue reading Hitting Helps: a Podcast About Parkinson’s
Self-determination:free choice of one's own acts or states without external compulsion-Merriam-Webster Dictionary Nothing prevents self-determination. Nothing. You decide who you are by what you do. Photo by Autumn Goodman on Unsplash Blaming our situation on the past prevents us from succeeding in the present. And we cannot hold ourselves accountable for who we are or… Continue reading Exercising Our Right to Self-Determination
Limited moments spin away while we busily attend to details and dive into our phones. Zap! The kids are moving out, getting married, starting careers. Zap! Someone suffers a stroke, someone falls, what is our plan for aging? Zap! We’re gone. image by Ann Fisher on flickr Sit down with someone you know who is… Continue reading Connect and Endure Through Stories