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Patience Overload

UNITED STATES—Patience, it is something that not many Americans have and I must admit, I’m part of that list unfortunately. Recently, my travels took me to an amusement park that I am super fond of: Cedar Point. However, on this particular day, I had no idea that the park would be so crowded that the park was not prepared...

Tale Of Survival

UNITED STATES—No matter where you live in America, crime can strike at any given time. I know many of us suspect that if we live in certain areas the notion of a crime taking place significantly decreases, and to a degree I would agree with that assertion, but that does not mean one should allow his or her guard...

Dining Out

UNITED STATES—We all want to eat healthier, but its easier said than done.  Why is that? Its simple one word: LIFE.  The everyday tasks and obstacles that we encounter makes it so much easier to reach for something unhealthy than it does for something that is healthy.  Why is that? Well as humans we are predisposed to our taste buds...

Cellphone Mayhem

UNITED STATES—Technology is continuing to advance day after day, week after week, month after month. I recall 10 years ago the cell phone existed, but it was nowhere close to the advancements that we have today. It is like the phone can do almost everything. Not only can you call people, but you can surf the internet, you can...

The American Dream Of Secrets

BEVERLY HILLS—Secrets were a way of life, a way of survival. I don't think this was my parents' intention, but this was my interpretation of their parenting. My dad always implored, "You only need to share the bare minimum, the pertinent information." This was contrary to my innate character. It was natural for me to be a free spirit, to...

Parenting 101: Is There A Right Way?

UNITED STATES—Let me just put it out there, being a parent is not an easy task.  The thing about parenting is there are countless books and studies out there about things that one should or shouldn’t do with their kids, but at the end of the day does any of that information really matter. Who says a book by...

Why Is Gaming So Addictive?

UNITED STATES—Back when I was a kid I was considered the gamer of gamers. I had this unique ability to strategize in my head a way to complete a videogame without having a map or guide. I just had this unique intuition to know what had to be done in order to succeed.  My recent acquisition of the SNES...

Political Games

UNITED STATES—Oh, the 2016 presidential election is shaping up to be one of the most coveted battles in years. On one side there is close to 2 dozen candidates for the Republic party, on the other side you have a few for the Democratic party, notably former Senator and First Lady Hillary Clinton. I am amazed by how many people...

Not Working When You’re Off Is Not Easy!

UNITED STATES—For most Americans, when you’re off work, you do your best to avoid answering the phone, checking emails or doing anything that is work-related. Why? For most people, you won’t get paid, and what is the fun in that. However, for those who work from their home office, the job is that much harder if you ask me....

Generations Molded By Technology

UNITED STATES—We do indeed live in a world that is driven by technology. I mean if I was to ask someone what a landline was they probably would have trouble telling or showing me. I mean if I were to revert back to the time when I was growing up, the idea of a cell phone was something of...
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