Simply stated, men and women find females in the the fly-fishing world fascinating. Even though I showed up a half hour into the Happy Hour for women interested in fly-fishing last night, the place was packed with co-ed members of the Southern Wisconsin Trout Unlimited chapter. The energy in the room zapped my skin and […]Read more "Fly Fishing Females Unite!"
This Monday morning I pried myself out of bed after a terrible night’s sleep. Does this happen to you? Do you wake up in the middle of the night with pop up alerts in your head? Unanswered questions? Nervous thoughts? or worse… a sick tummy from eating bad food during the football game? I usually […]Read more "Don’t Eat The Garlic Chili Fries!"
Last night I wrote briefly about avoiding the mirror for any unhealthy judgmental reasons. Tonight I invite you to help me discover (and live out) wonderful excuses for needing the mirror check. I share my Top Ten Delicious Reasons To Check The Mirror 1) Love your spouse so much in the morning you have to […]Read more "Delicious Life Reasons To Look In The Mirror"
Last night we watched Nick Offerman’s stand up titled, “10 Tips To A Delicious Life.” Tonight I’d like to talk about his Tip #6 – Avoid the mirror. He explains that the mirror should be used as a maintenance tool only, as in reserved purely for utilitarian purposes. Staring at the mirror, instead of seeing […]Read more "To look or not to look? Mirrors"
I walked off for a while. You know, like when a wild animal gets hurt and just walks off to heal and recharge? I did that. Kind of. As I ventured from one open door to another, testing the potential for good energy, I managed to hold myself upright and steady. I gathered up more […]Read more "…all in a row…"
This is the blog I meant to write last week. My husband and I fall into the DINK category (Dual Income No Kids), but I consider us DIDDs (Dual Income Dos Dogs). Society tends to assume DINKS roll in dough, work out in expensive gyms regularly, collect fine wines in fancy cellars, and travel the […]Read more "Plan, Bike, Cook, Love – The Idea of Planning a Successful Week"
I heard an unusual dose of bad news last week. You’ve seen some of it too, from Facebook friends upset about the election results to more sensational news stories that only reflect the personal disasters coming to a head at work or home. The real gut ache for me is when I feel actions are […]Read more "How do you react to bad news?"