This blog and Realistic Retirement, the ebook I am currently working on, are long overdue. As Steven Pressfield puts it, I let Resistance get in the way. After years of second-guessing myself, procrastinating, getting trapped in the abyss that is analysis-paralysis, drinking too much wine at times, researching any number of issues and subjects ad nauseum, distracting… Continue reading Overcoming Resistance
In times of universal deceit, telling the truth is a revolutionary act." —George Orwell My intent here is to shed some light upon the dark side of the vaccine industry. This post is not intended to be pro-vaccine or anti-vaccine but, instead, to be pro-vaccine safety. There is a dark, murky, opaque, nebulous, rotten, festering side… Continue reading Shedding Light on the Dark Side of Vaccines
I was raised by extremely patriotic, staunch democrats who served during wartime in the US Army (my father during the Korean War; my mother, Vietnam). Although my parents weren’t very political, generally speaking, they voted Democrat straight down their ballots, like most other black Americans. Love for America was a huge deal in my childhood home. Even… Continue reading Why I Support Trump
As a labor of love, I have been compiling this list of must-see, life-changing documentaries to share with the world, in hopes of helping people take charge of their own health. The time investment to watch them could save your loved one's life ... or even your own. As links change from time to time,… Continue reading Knowledge is power! Must-watch, life-changing, health-related documentaries!
Quit My Job At the end of June 2016, I quit my job as registered nurse in a lovely hospice facility to move to Southeast Asia. Destination: Cambodia. One of my goals was to show my 13-year-son—who, as an only child, was becoming increasingly spoiled—how good he had it. That is, how we in the Western… Continue reading What am I doing in Southeast Asia?
To get this blog started, I thought I'd share two firsts that occurred today: my first traditional Thai massage and my first post to Quirky + Quizzical. Tonight is my last in Bangkok, Thailand, the beautiful, tropical country in Southeast Asia that's famous for its smiling people, its spicy food, and its particular style of massage. Although… Continue reading Two Firsts: Thai Massage and Blog Post