I am a big fan of the TV Show Friends. I have watched all ten seasons over and over again. So much so that I can usually have at least a one-liner Friends reference in everyday life. Which brings me to “Cups and Ice.” Did
It’s hard to start thinking about Christmas when the heat index in July is as it is around the country. But even with the blistering heat, stores are already lining their shelves with Christmas decorations and Hallmark is hard at work presenting its “Summer of
Habits are something that all of us have in our lives. Some are good, and some are bad. In respect to the upcoming school year approaching, I think it is important to have an understanding of how habits are formed, how they can be changed,
I’ve always adored summers as my body pleaded for Vitamin D and a Coppertone tan. Days at the beach in June reminded me that comparing older middle-age to adolescence is like amputating your leg versus gingerly slicing it with an Exacto knife. They both hurt
Editor's note: This article was originally published on 7/7/2017 and is being re-published, with editing, in recognition of Sarcoma Awareness Month. The content below does not reflect the entire original published piece.
Every cancer has it’s “color.” Breast cancer is pink, colorectal cancer is blue, and
They say that the mind is one of the most powerful things that we have in this world. It is one the most important aspects of our life, controlling literally everything we do, consciously or subconsciously. It only makes sense that this seems to be
Summer is here and by now, we’ve all been to events where there are big crowds or probably have some planned in the days and weeks ahead. Maybe you are planning on a watching a sporting event along with everyone else in town. Or participating