Monthly Archives: January 2015

One Fine (Work) Day

How’s your work routine? Do you find yourself getting tired after staring at your computer screen for too long? Have you figured out the best time to eat your lunch? The way you feel at work is just as important as the work that you’re doing, and finding a healthy balance between work needs and […]

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There’s No Place Like Homewood

If you could go into the past and tell yourself something to change the future, would you? Should you? I recently discovered an episode of the “Twilight Zone” that deals with that very issue. It’s called “Walking Distance“, and the focus is on Martin Sloan, an advertising executive who stops to get his car serviced, only to realize […]

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MONDAY MOVIES: Serpico

I’m a little embarrassed to admit that I’m just now getting around to seeing “Serpico”. It’s one of the best police movies ever made — not to mention that it’s a true story. But it’s also a cautionary tale of the isolation and stigma attached to being a whistleblower. If you haven’t seen it, here’s […]

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Decide What To Be And Go Be It

I saw this in downtown LA yesterday and had to take a picture of it. I think it’s an ad for tequila, but the message is universal: Decide what to be and go be it. It’s that simple. (It also features a skeleton riding a rooster, which is pretty cool)

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Building Your Float in the Parade of Life

I had a chance to see the Rose Parade floats today for the first time, and they’re awesome! These floats were in Thursday’s parade, and they remained on display through today. As with all Rose Parade floats, they’re covered entirely in plant materials — such as flowers, seeds, and grasses. The detail that goes into them […]

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