Category Archives: Settling

Switching teams

It is official. I am switching teams! I am now batting for the ladies! Seriously, I wish it was as easy as picking up a new jersey and picking out a cute team name, but unfortunately, I am wired with … Continue reading

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My soap box

Why do people like to regurgitate their lives to the public through Facebook, Twitter, MySpace, blogs such as this, etc.? I often ask myself what sort of thrill I get out of airing my dirty laundry to the world? Why … Continue reading

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Throwing in the towel

It is a crying shame that men and women cannot be friends without someone getting hurt in the end. Ha! That could totally be a lyric to a song. I am throwing in the towel on yet another male-female friendship. … Continue reading

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Decisions, decisions, decisions

Life is full of decisions … life altering decisions. What makes us choose one choice over another? Do we think with our heart or our brains? And, if both are not involved, do we regret the result in the end? … Continue reading

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Life is strange

I am an impulsive dreamer … The minute I create a goal I go after it with 100% drive and determination. As a result, I get burned out quickly and my interest fades away in the distance altering the original … Continue reading

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Plan B

I need to quit having goals, wants and needs. Whenever anything is classified as such in my mind, it is so much harder to obtain … near impossible. I think I am going to take the easy path in my … Continue reading

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The pursuit of happiness

Ever since the beginning of time, humans have searched for what brings them “happiness.” Each person is unique with different desires and needs. What makes one person happy may not even enter into the equation of another person’s happiness. Why … Continue reading

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