Hands are for Waving

As humans 90% of communication is done non-verbally (as in body language not text message). You would think with so much riding on small sort of involuntary gestures that we would work really hard to get our deliberate non-verbal communications down. A wave can say anything from hello to the secret in my pants that … Continue reading Hands are for Waving

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Panic Buttons: An Arguement for Wearable Tech

When you hear about wearable technology your mind probably jumps to Fitbits and UV detection gear, but that's not what I'm talking about today. I'm thinking more along the lines of Life Alert.  You remember the commercials? They are nothing short of iconic but they only feature old people trying to beat the odd and out … Continue reading Panic Buttons: An Arguement for Wearable Tech

Ideas for Your Storm of the Century Snow Day

It's snowing on the East Coast, in case you haven't heard, and no one is going anywhere for a few days. I have been at home for about eight hours and am already stir crazy. I've started four household projects and a comedy special in Spanish and have finished exactly zero of these things and … Continue reading Ideas for Your Storm of the Century Snow Day

How to Have a Baby and a Facebook Profile at the Same Time

I have to start this post by stating that I am not a person who owns children, of my own or purchased from someone else. I do have a Facebook profile. This post is written strictly from my observations of people who have it all as they say. I am aware that the challenges of … Continue reading How to Have a Baby and a Facebook Profile at the Same Time