Occasionally LMT's professional growth and development curves lead them beyond bodywork practice. For those with an academic background, those encountering the limits of continuing education without a master's degree at the very least, and for prospective massage and bodywork students who intend to pursue research, this notice from Arizona State outlines one Avenue of approach. … Continue reading Arizona State
If you've kept up with my blog recently you may have read my review of Marie Kondos The life changing magic of tidying up. Slowly I'm creating breathing room, wiggle room to "live" in. I'm fragile these days. I began limiting my national and local news intake last week. I am allowing myself no more… Continue reading Lunar New Year 2017: the first weeks.
I do feel secure in presuming that I'm not the only American who didn't vote in 2016. I also feel no guilt watching President Trump on TV, reading his Tweets, listening to his "alternative facts," or learning more about how his decisions and actions ruffle and offend my fellow human beings at home and abroad.… Continue reading Historiography and the limits of naturalism: Thoughts on privacy, propaganda and free speech
"When I am ready to write The End of History and The Last Woman" I WILL. AND NOT BEFORE.
Where there's smoke there is fire and the cannabis cloud over Colorado appears to be lingering like smog on a otherwise clear day. Cannabis proponent Apothecanna has positioned itself beyond the pale, as an adjunct measure in pain management and only time will tell if they can remain straight enough to keep their wellness branding intact. I wrote… Continue reading Flashback 2015: Apothecanna’s THC infused Spa products
Like many of us around the world, I'm watching President elect Trumps press conference. Am I the only one staggering over the idealism in play? Apparently not: this news conference is being held in part over stock market fluctuations related to some of his comments. I'm not ready to speak to what I'm hearing point… Continue reading REPEAL AND REPLACE: “We’re doing THE DEMOCRATS A SERVICE.”
Marie Kondo's book The life changing magic of tidying up became a best seller not too many years ago. She followed up with a guide book titled Spark Joy: an illustrated master class on the art of organizing and tidying up. I picked up her guide book last November and I'm slowly putting her method… Continue reading Respect Yourself 2017: The Kon Mari Method
http://steamboatinstitute.org Senator Ben Sasse of Nebraska "Your always one generation away from the loss of freedom." "41% of Americans under 35 polled, believe the First Amendment is DANGEROUS." "In the Carter administration, the average duration at a firm was STILL 26 years." "The number one issue of concern in New Hampshire right now is drug… Continue reading Thought for the day: Historical Amnesia
Random Musings: Global Decentralized Money is real...? I'm sitting in bed, watching The Rise and Rise of Bitcoin. I've had a small business idea brewing for awhile. I remember seeing a news blip in 2013 about the first bitcoin crash. I'm truly stunned at how far it's come. There is SO MUCH information in this… Continue reading The Rise and Rise of Bitcoin Review
I saw the new Allied trailer last night and immediately, I thought of Ralph Fiennes. Who is "channeling" whom? I loved The English Patient folks. Still do. I also can still quote the screenplay for Interview with the Vampire. Something is sketchy film goers, let us all ponder. Where is Ralph, as his brother asked… Continue reading WTF? “Mother! Must you always have a needle in hand?”