Questions For Triplets

There’s one fact about me that really seems to excite people when they find out about it. I am a triplet. [ Read More ]

Walk This Way (Or Any Way. Just Walk!)

Anyone who has ever lived in, or even been in, New York knows how noisy, energetic, and sometimes tiring the city can be. On a day when I was noticing all of these things with a particular touch of hypersensitivity, I decided to take a walk and see if I could find a bit of … [ Read More ]

Sports Terminology

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Sports can take on another language, and if you’re new to sports, certain phrases and sayings may leave you confused. Let me help break some of these down for you. [ Read More ]

Cooking Blunders

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When it comes to cooking at home, mistakes can happen, and how they are handled determines the outcome of any meal. Here are some tips to help you out! [ Read More ]

Holiday Shopping: Some Rules For The Road

Here we are again! It’s that time of year for credit cards and fruitcakes and bright and shiny lights! No one is excluded and all checkbooks are welcome everywhere! If you are wondering what to buy for whom, read on for a little holiday advice. It won’t help at all, but maybe you will have … [ Read More ]

“It Would Be My Pleasure… For a Quarter”

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May 24, 2014– My Dearest Secret Diary.  What could be better than making a buck, or quarter as the case may be, AND sharing laughter with a stranger?  [ Read More ]

To Exercise or No? How Many Choices Do I Have?

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As the owner of a treadmill that is dusty from disuse and functions as an on-and-off hanger and saddle holder, I am, without a doubt, the last person in the world qualified to write an article about the importance of exercise in every day life. Still, there’s something about being a non-authority and setting a … [ Read More ]

Alan’s Advice On What To Do With Your Leftovers

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Alan had a wonderful way of building rapport with folks providing customer service.  Waiters and waitresses were certainly no exception. [ Read More ]

Cleaning the House: A Study in Procrastination

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If you are anything like me, the very last thing you would choose to do out of a list of a hundred possibilities, is clean the house. [ Read More ]

Getting Your Home Organized: Old Habits Die Hard

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Someone once said that life is too short to get organized. [ Read More ]

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