How To Find Your Philosophy, Ignite Your Passion, & Live Your Best Life

What is the meaning of life? Ask a biologist, archeologist, psychologist, or sociologist, and each would reply with a different answer. Present the same question to an adult, child, male, or female and the responses would also differ. Who is correct? Who is wrong? I believe that everything holds meaning. Sometimes the meaning translates to something large that can’t always be decoded. Nonetheless, I believe … Continue reading How To Find Your Philosophy, Ignite Your Passion, & Live Your Best Life

East Coast Diary: Things To Do In Virginia

I have been to Virginia three times. All three of those times were drive throughs, heading to South Carolina or Florida. This past week, I had returned to Virginia, finally stepping foot on its ground and sandy beach. During my week in Virginia, I soaked up the sunshine while relaxing on the beach. I was able to enjoy the weather and the seascape by editing … Continue reading East Coast Diary: Things To Do In Virginia

The Best Fortune Cookies I Have Received

The words that rest inside fortune cookies, many believe, are truthful and help us to recognize something new. A prediction, a realization to leading a better life and possibly following a particular truth or calling. I do believe the power of a fortune cookie and believe that with each one that comes into my life, it represents something important. I also like to keep each … Continue reading The Best Fortune Cookies I Have Received

The Proof Is In The Pudding: The Best Data Driven Narratives

We are human first and data second. No matter where we travel, we represent a statistic that changes within the roles we play. Inside the homes we live, we represent a statistic that symbolizes occupancy. At the workplace, we are one of many that supports a department. At the airport or in line for a movie or roller coaster, we are numbers that fill a … Continue reading The Proof Is In The Pudding: The Best Data Driven Narratives

The Best Restaurants, Snacks, & Drinks At Universal Studios

This past December, I had the chance to escape the cold, snow, and icy climate of Pennsylvania. I traveled many miles to Florida’s warmth and sunshine-filled days. Over the holiday season, my family and I spent a week in Orlando, Florida. There, we enjoyed the roller coasters, food, souvenir searching, and interacting with the characters from Harry Potter, Spider-Man, The Transformers, Fast & Furious, Jimmy … Continue reading The Best Restaurants, Snacks, & Drinks At Universal Studios

The Teachings Of Amusement Parks

“Amusement parks.” When you hear the phrase, your mind might dart to the thick, wafting scents of popcorn, soft pretzels, funnel cake, and cotton candy. Your mind may even dash to the stomach motion of roller coaster drops and spins. Your ears, too, could hear the faint, yet piercing echoes of screams and excitable cries as coasters soar and roar. Amusement parks are fun day-trips … Continue reading The Teachings Of Amusement Parks

Placed On A Pedestal, The Number One

One. The number that means more than nothing, but less than two, three, four, five… It is the number that changes meaning depending on its context. Many want more than one of their favorite thing. Two flowers is always more beautiful, two bars of Twix is always more sweeter, two hours of sleep is always more plentiful, and two rings is always more shiny. In … Continue reading Placed On A Pedestal, The Number One

A January Poem: The Letter A

Tiny hands Clenching long, shiny poles Reflections of smiles And victim of Bouncing sounds Cotton candy tunes Ecstatic volumes Wiggling bottoms and Pressing toes Like airplane anticipation Awaiting takeoff Spindle to a record The spinning begins Weak twirls grow in magnitude And multitude Horses trotting lightly Before galloping and leaping Lifting and dropping A merry-go-round Dance A circuit pattern You never want To end Bee-line … Continue reading A January Poem: The Letter A

How To Improve Our Mondays

Imagine for a moment that it is Sunday. Sunday evening, to be more exact. The clock continues ticking and tocking from the nearest grandfather, cuckoo, or watch. Evening skies darken into night as our bodies slip into bed. The moon and stars are officially upon us as tired eyes shut, for what we hope will be, a restful slumber. But wait! Pause! Stop! Halt! Our … Continue reading How To Improve Our Mondays

How Truly Thankful Are We?

According to Merrian-Webster, the word “thankful” is an adjective (obviously), but it is described as to be well-pleased or glad. It is to be expressive of thanks or conscious of a benefit received. In other words, we are full of thanks. But are we only thankful during the days impending Thanksgiving? I become wary of the blogs and other publications that boast a list of … Continue reading How Truly Thankful Are We?