There arguably no such thing as a good habit when it comes to smoking but there are always ways to make your filthy addiction a little less isolating. It should be noted that I haven't had a cigarette since that one time I eat into a bachelor party full of people from high school while … Continue reading Good Smoking Habits
I grew up, and learned to drive, in the epitome of rural, dirt roads and one lane bridges, the occasional fording of a creek or dodging of a surprise loose cows, they were normal. I have spent the majority of the last decade living in cities, occasionally without a car, so I have adapted. The … Continue reading Alley Etiquette
We've all forgotten a password once or twice, especially if it's one that requires six characters, four of them capitals, three lowercase, 3 numbers and a special character that isn't !,?, or anything that can be found on a key that also houses a number. You are smart and capable when it comes to figuring … Continue reading Forgot Password?
Christmas just happened, which for many people meant packing their lives up and hauling their families a few hundred miles to sleep on a deflated air mattress for a few nights. There is much to enjoyduring these trips, food, friends, some of the people in your family... But no one ever rejoices in the drive. … Continue reading Driving During Peak Driving Days During Peak Driving Season
Where I am sitting it is the eve of Christmas and I've just sat down after a long day of cooking and trying to wash dishes in my mom's fancy sink. My feet hurt and I am hungry. Speaking of hungry there is a possibility that tomorrow someone will go home from the feast and … Continue reading Feeding Family for Holidays
It's Christmas time (or advent according to the liturgical calendar as was pointed out by a client this morning, thank you, client!), and this time of year we all are forced to show each other how much we care about one another. This is cake when it comes to people you care for deeply. You … Continue reading The Best Way to Let your Coworkers Know you Care
'Tis the season of competitive gift giving to celebrate a kid born in the spring a few millennia ago. You're not the little drummer boy so the pressure is on, don't crimp. There is a little guide below. Good luck. Give them what you want It's the golden rule of gift giving: give only what … Continue reading The Art of Gift Giving