May 2012

May 2012 – Another Year Older

31 May , 2012 Lifestyle

First off, I hope you like the redesigned website. If not, well, you know what to do (GFY). Every May, for those who don’t know, is my birthday month. This one, I can say, was another great birthday for me. Hell, you have to be thankful every time you get to see another one. Even with that, you can’t help but feel that birthdays after thirty are a little bit sweet & sour. As happy as you are to celebrate one more year of life, you can’t help but look out onto the horizon of your life and feel it getting too close. Pressure builds to accomplish great things and enjoy what youth remains. I believe I strive to succeed at both these goals, but of course only time will tell.

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The Claim: Coffee is Bad for You!

25 May , 2012 Lifestyle

The Claim: Coffee is Bad for You!

Coffee’s unhealthy reputation stems in part from older studies linking java to an increased risk of heart disease and pancreatic cancer, among other things. But that research failed to account for smoking, which was once coffee’s constant companion.


Recommendation: Raw Food Passion

22 May , 2012 Lifestyle

I have not posted any blog entries in a while and that owes directly to work and the limited time around the holidays. I learned recently that a long time friend since elementary school is an avid blogger. I never pictured April as the blogging type, but she for sure has me whipped. More important than the fact that she blogs is the topic and content of her blog. April writes web articles on her raw food diet passion, yoga, and observations on health & nutrition. Her blog can be found here.

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Recommendation: Clothing

22 May , 2012 Lifestyle

Let me recommend to everyone a great new up and coming clothing retailer: The Windflower Collection. Born out of the desire to fuse together fashion, creativity, and an undying love for everlasting style, The Windflower Collection evolved in 2007 and has gained a solid reputation in the industry.

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Threats to America

22 May , 2012 Culture

For all the anti-immigration, anti-Islam, and fear of terrorism being preached across the US, another round of school killings emphasizes that the most dangerous threat to Americans remains themselves. While many people do not agree with some of the backwards social policies that govern places like Saudi Arabia where rape victims are treated as the […]

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