The Unaddressed side-effects of COVID Quarantine

I got COVID on the way home to visit my family for Christmas and let me tell you it is an interesting experience. As someone who has studied the human body in-depth and knows how viruses work, this has been an extraordinary time of observation. I do not get sick often; maybe once every twoContinue reading “The Unaddressed side-effects of COVID Quarantine”

The Perfect (Cold) Open

I do not like get to know you games and icebreakers and things of said nature. I feel that they make things more awkward and that they are never fun or as interesting as people think they are. I don’t ever learn anything from people when we play them and don’t think I get toContinue reading “The Perfect (Cold) Open”

New Year Dream

Here we are at the end of the year. It has definitely been a hard year for all of us. None of us thought that we would be where we are today – today. I wish peace and blessings on you and yours in this year to come. We will arrive in this New YearContinue reading “New Year Dream”

Love the One You’re With – How THEY Want to be Loved

Relationships have always been important for me. I have always loved love and wanted it for myself. Which I think is not that unique. I think what makes my love different is my quest to understand the form that intimacy takes for the people that I love and my ask, early on, that they learnContinue reading “Love the One You’re With – How THEY Want to be Loved”

5 Last Minute Christmas Gifts for your Favorite Lady

As a lover of giving gifts, Christmas is my favorite time of the year. This year my Christmas plans are kind of up in the air, due to unforeseen circumstances, but I still wanted to share with you a highlight of the things that I have been eyeing in case you are struggling to buyContinue reading “5 Last Minute Christmas Gifts for your Favorite Lady”

3 Tips for Solo Travel Done Right

While living in Paris I decided to save the money I would spend going to visit all of the old castles (that I had already seen) and the vineyards in the southern part of France (I don’t drink) and travel internationally instead. I wanted to go somewhere that was warm and on my bucket listContinue reading “3 Tips for Solo Travel Done Right”

An End and A Beginning

By the time this posts I will be almost home. A semester abroad complete and a new adventure waiting for me. I am happy. I am grateful. I feel blessed but most of all I feel ready. I am so ready to get this end over with that I don’t know what to do. However,Continue reading “An End and A Beginning”