Everyone deserves a chance to enjoy themselves once in awhile; an opportunity to pamper yourself, try something new, re-invent yourself, make a resolution or set a goal.
The weather has cooled down to a crisp temperature and the leaves have transformed to beautiful, bright and fiery shades and are gracefully dropping from the trees. It is time to bundle up in cozy sweatshirts, boots or scarves, and apparently heat things up with a new romance. That’s right, “cuffing season” has commenced. This is, at least, according to college students.
Generation Y: the “Millennials”, “Generation Me”, and the “Instant Gratification Generation.” Yup, that’s us. In a world with social media obsessions, high speed technological development, and much of what we desire readily available right at our fingertips, I hate to break it to you but we sort of live up to it.
“America’s favorite playground,” “Monopoly City,” or the gleaming “city-by-the-sea.” Call it what you like, I as well as many others, have fallen in love with Atlantic City and made many fond memories in our little South Jersey treasure.
In this country, football is a great American tradition. Many individuals, especially a large population of the youth, idolize the strong, tough and larger-than-life NFL players.
Now that fall has officially arrived, it is now the season to bake. Crisp weather, falling leaves and warm, sweet, delicious treats almost go hand-in-hand. For a majority of the population though, indulging in desserts is simply not an option. Whether the excuse is a diet, weight watching, or just wanting to maintain healthy and wholesome eating habits, many will exclude desserts completely. Fortunately though, there are ways to satisfy your sweet tooth without compromising your diet. That’s right; baking does not have to automatically mean “bad for you, off limits, or fattening.”
Autumn – the bright and colorful leaves are falling; the temperature cools down to a crisp degree and lives fall back into their familiar and comfortable routines again as summer winds down and students return to school.
The semester is almost over and summer is right around the corner. Soon we will all have three whole months to ourselves, and what we choose to do with all of that time is in our hands.
IPhone vs. Android, iPad vs. Samsung Galaxy Note 3, Mac vs. PC: the modern technology battles. These competitions between technology brands and users will always exist. I am sure each of us has our personal preference and is bound to be extremely loyal to one brand or the other.
An Older Sibling Perspective on Sibling Rivalries
There is nothing in the world that compares to family. For many of us, no one knows, understands or loves us like our siblings and other family members.