Added by Karen Christine Hug on May 25, 2016 at 5:13am —
Do you know how to walk properly? Really? With confidence and in high heels a la Carrie Bradshaw?…
Added by Keli Lenfield on May 6, 2016 at 5:34am —
I totally agree … what a mouthful of Ps!
But these words actually have an important meaning. Effectively, they suggest that we are totally in control of what we perceive from the world around us – people and circumstances.
We all have, at some stage of our lives, been in situations… Continue
Added by Catherine Plano on November 17, 2015 at 12:08pm —
Your strengths are a mixture of your talents, knowledge and skills.
Everyone has strengths, talents or what I like to call SUPER POWERS!
However, despite these impressive skill sets, a common thread that I encounter over and over again is that most leaders rarely take the time out to… Continue
Added by Catherine Plano on November 9, 2015 at 1:30pm —
“When you get to be our age, you all of a sudden realize that you are being ruled by people you went to high school with … You all of a sudden catch on that life is nothing but high school.” Or so Kurt Vonnegut, Jr., said, referring to the words of a fellow Indianapolis grad. (Taken from Times article http://content.time.com/time/magazine/article/0,9171,2076739-1,00.html) Is this true? Are we determined by… Continue
Added by Patricia Robertson on June 11, 2015 at 11:05am —
Added by Kitty Honeycutt on March 9, 2015 at 2:24pm —
It was May, 1984. I was fifteen years old, sitting in a sophomore history class at Brookfield High School in Brookfield, Mo. My history teacher read the daily bulletin. First up in the school announcements were the names of my fellow classmates who would be inducted into the National Honor Society. I held my breath,… Continue
Added by Annette Drake on June 24, 2014 at 5:30pm —
It was May, 1984. I was 15 years old, sitting in a sophomore history class at Brookfield High School in Brookfield, Missouri. My history teacher read the daily bulletin. First up in the school announcements were the names of my fellow classmates who would be inducted into the National Honor Society. I held my breath, knowing I would hear my name. My teacher finished the list and then went onto other bits of news. I couldn’t believe it. My name was not read.
After the class ended, I… Continue
Added by Annette Drake on March 1, 2014 at 9:30am —
It started yesterday when I was scrolling through Facebook updates. I have too many “friends” and “like” too many pages to ever do a thorough reading. But in my scrolling, something popped out. A person I didn’t know had posted photos of one of my FB friends. And next to it the letters RIP.
Let’s call him "Carl." He’s one of my FB “friends” that come from my teenage era. I graduated from a small town high school the same year that Carl did. I didn’t really know… Continue
Added by Etta Worthington on September 18, 2013 at 10:05am —
Some of the largest amounts of money in a marriage changes hands when it ends. No matter how much a wedding cost or how much a couple spent on a house, a divorce can be the most expensive separation outside of a corporate merger. High net worth divorces are a standard feature in the tabloids each year, as celebrity divorces allow regular people to glimpse into the sordid dirty laundry of the stars. If you are worth more than the average, you should seriously… Continue
Added by Jennifer Caughey on July 13, 2013 at 7:00am —
1. Better Performance
High end sex toys have more powerful and quieter motors, which means more stimulation and better orgasms. Also, someone in the next room won't hear what you are up to! Better motors also have more speeds and settings so you have more variety. Many luxury vibrators have remote controls that make it easier to use alone or with a partner.
2. More Discreet
These adult toys don’t look like sex toys. They are discreet and erotic objects of… Continue
Added by Stacy Rybchin on February 12, 2013 at 10:28am —
Added by Cathy Morton on January 26, 2013 at 11:11am —
If the Shoe Fits
I recently got to travel to Las Vegas. It was the first time for me, and I was excited about seeing the city that sports more neon lights than any other. The first thing I saw when we deplaned at the Las Vegas airport was a row of slot machines. For the next three days, I saw more slot machines (and a variety of other gambling devices) than I had ever… Continue
Added by Rebecca Elswick on December 14, 2012 at 6:22pm —
As you know, Shay Olivarria, has had a mutually beneficial relationship with the… Continue
Added by Shay Olivarria on April 12, 2012 at 7:00am —
When people hear that I write novels for teenagers, they often respond with a question that I find ever so slightly disingenuous: “How can you remember all that stuff?”
I really shouldn’t accuse complete strangers of lying to my face. After all, it’s hard to think of something to say when someone tells you her profession (“You’re a lawyer? That must be so…interesting”), and people might feel that a simple, “Cool” will… Continue
Added by Melissa Kantor on February 4, 2012 at 1:00pm —
I woke up feeling blue. Wasn't sure why. I was in a warm bed, NPR on the radio. The sun was coming out, but I heard rain was on the rain. I got a cup of coffee and an orange, then checked my email. Junk, plus a note about Amanda Hocking's new book hitting number four on the NYT bestseller list. I was happy for her, but then the article said "And she's only twenty-seven." As I've mentioned before, I'm going to be forty in a couple of months, so when people say "And she/he…
Added by Jennifer Kathleen Gibbons on January 18, 2012 at 3:14pm —
Added by Tracy Elizabeth on October 30, 2011 at 11:00am —
When I was in junior high school, I had an art teacher named Mr. Loften. I was thinking about him yesterday and marveling at just how cool this guy was.
What got me reminiscing was a writing exercise. I'm taking a class at Gotham Writer's Workshop, and yesterday our instructor asked us to "remember a place from your childhood that was special to you, and write a description of it."
My fellow students opened their… Continue
Added by Kim Brittingham on October 27, 2011 at 7:06am —
With a daughter in middle school, I am reminded daily that being 13 is the worst age to be, followed closely by 12, 14, and 15. I’ve often said there isn’t enough money in the world to convince me to redo those awful years.
I see Elliott struggle with self-esteem, body image, and with social… Continue
Added by Lanita Moss on October 10, 2011 at 5:51am —
Five doors that mothers of toddlers with tiaras should open:
Added by Tracy Elizabeth on September 18, 2011 at 4:27pm —