Kansas City Chiefs to the Superbowl

KC Chiefs Beat the Cincinnati Bengals 23–20 I didn’t grow up as a “die-hard” football fan. I had some friends in high school that played football and I was in the marching band, so I began to understand the game. As I hung out with my friends, I became a fan of the Chiefs (IContinue reading “Kansas City Chiefs to the Superbowl”

5 Life Lessons from Alice

Give Your Life Balance by Looking at an Upside-Down World 5 Life Lessons from Alice  Tomorrow is Lewis Carroll’s birthday. I love his stories and poems and I think he had a brilliantly creative mind and imagination. His works were not only fun, humorous, and satirical, but contained true and significant life lessons. We canContinue reading “5 Life Lessons from Alice”

How to Make Memories Last

Holding on to the “Good Times” When you try to recall an event or you are asked about a specific period of time from your past, why are some memories more easily recollected than others? Making Connections Significant memories are tied to physiological and/or emotional responses. If you want to make memories of certain eventsContinue reading “How to Make Memories Last”

How to Deal with Depression and Seasonal Affective Disorder

Brandon writes about dealing with depression during the holidays, especially those who suffer from Seasonal Affective Disorder.

Are You Thankful for Failures?

I wrote an article two years ago called Thankful? It has received the most “likes” and comments of all my posts, so I thought I would take it and revise/update it for this year’s Thanksgiving. Since it is Thanksgiving Day in the United States, I thought I should write something in regard to that occasion.Continue reading “Are You Thankful for Failures?”

National Singles Day

Celebrating Singleness Yes, today is National Singles Day–a day that we are supposed to celebrate our “singleness.” First, I should say that I do enjoy my alone time. I sometimes drive to work with the radio turned off so I can think. I turn off the TV while I’m writing so I can concentrate, andContinue reading “National Singles Day”