We Need a Slow Revolution

Remember when you asked a person “how’s it going?” and the standard response would be “it’s going alright” or “fine” or “good good”, but more often than not today the response is “BUSY!” and then you sympathize and say “I know, so busy”. Being busy has become a cultural norm. I long for the days …

The Greatest Currency is TIME

In my quest for a less cluttered life and embracing minimalism; the reason for the pursuance of less is to free up the precious commodity which none of us seem to have enough of is “time”. The more busy I become with work, navigating traffic during rush hour, checking into social media outlets, I have …

The Reality of Online Dating

The past couple of blogs have been going over red flags I encountered with online dating and most specifically to men as this is where my experience lies. The truth of the matter is I don’t have all the answers and it took me a long time, and a lot of dates with a lot …

Online Dating Red Flags

   The world of online dating can be a daunting and stressful, even when matches seem to be plentiful and desirable. The sad truth is you really do not know what to expect until you go on that first face to face date and then you can assess the situation a little bit better. Regardless …

Dating in the 21st Century 

      As Valentine’s Day is around the corner, for once I can say I am happily coupled. Previous to meeting my beau, dating was exhausting, and for those who say it is fun I believe they are either lying or in a relationship and suffering from “the grass is always greener syndrome”. Okay, I …

The Age of the Selfie

Within the past two years the words “Narcissist” and “Narcissism” have become commonplace in describing a large amount of individuals.  A girlfriend of mine and I were discussing this very topic recently, and attributed the increase of “narcissistic” persons due to social media.  Anyone, can be a star today, based on how many retweets you …