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17 08 2011

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18 07 2011

Wow…has it really been 2  years since I posted something here? Pretty close I guess. The reason is that I have other venues for posting my ramblings and thoughts that I have grown to use more. There’s Facebook and LinkedIn to name just a few. One of my hobbies is gaming, so I have a different place to post about that as well. Why have these places overshadowed here? Well, I have just wondered this myself, and it has inspired this post.

I think the biggest reason that comes to mind is the control I have over the audience. In Facebook, I can control my friends list, and so I post things that I only want friends and family to see there. It is also very easy to share to Facebook. Easier than here. Facebook also lets me have a page for my business, so I can connect with customers that way as well. This blog is jut plain old “public”…and in some ways sharing information that way is just a little scary.

I tend to be just fine with not sharing some of this stuff with the whole world. Not that any of you really care what I post about (with some rare exception, I think), so I think I will just write stuff here that I think is great for the whole world to see, and keep the rest to my closer circles. :) No offense, ok?

Personal Space Revolution, by Devlin Steele

18 05 2009

I am going to post Devlin’s article here in it’s entirety because I really like the message. To tap into more like this, join ToolsToLife.com, a free slef-improvement website that is awesome!

Personal Space Revolution
Devlyn Steele

    We live in a day of information overload. From the moment we wake up our email inbox is full. Each email other than the ones promising you riches, love and the best sex ever are emails that request something from you from someone you know. Even if it is as little as a response each one represents a request on your time. We feel so tied to our email that often checking our email is one of the first things we do in the morning and the last thing we do at night.

     Then as we are checking our email our computer is filled with our news feeds that we feel we have to be on top of right away. After we check our email and news, our phone already has a few text messages and voice mails with more requests.  As we leave our living space we transfer everything we used to leave behind at home till we got to the office onto our phones where it now follows us wherever we go. When do we give our brains a moment to breathe?

     Not only do we put this nonstop pressure on ourselves, the people we know make sure we feel it as well.  If you do not respond right away the assumption is that there is something wrong. I got a text request that I did not reply to right away the other day and five minutes later another text from the same person asking, “Are you ok?” Well, actually I was in the bathroom, or maybe I was having a conversation or a meal or just taking a walk. Are we not allowed to take a break from our phones and communication without it meaning that something is wrong?

     We are making ourselves crazy with information and communication overload. You need to take a break. You need to set limits. You deserve time to just be. Trust me, a little time away from your Iphone or Blackberry will not end the world. You are not as important as you think you are; no one will die if they do not hear from you for a few hours.  The person requesting your attention is not as important as they think they are, either. Calm down, give the people you know some space, and take some space for yourself.

     Set limits. Otherwise, you are on an electronic leash.  When you have a meal with someone or even by yourself, turn off your phone. It can wait. When you are driving, your text message can wait till you get to a safe place. Declare some time for yourself each day. Talk a walk and actually leave your phone at home. Don’t wake up and check your email first thing, start your day off by a routine that is about you, and end your night the same way. When you exercise leave the phone behind; otherwise you are not getting the endorphins that reenergize you. 

     What we do not realize is that each moment we are staring at the phone and or computer it takes energy.  If you want to be more productive and happy in your life, set limits and get off your electronic leash.  The people you spend time with might actually get to enjoy your company, and you theirs.  We had the Industrial Revolution, the Information Revolution, the Technology Revolution. Now it is time for us to take our space back with the Personal Space Revolution.  Join today!

Economic Stimulus Payment

2 02 2009

“Sometime this year, taxpayers will receive an Economic Stimulus Payment. This is a very exciting new program that I will explain using the Q and A format:

“Q. What is an Economic Stimulus Payment?
“A. It is money that the federal government will send to taxpayers.

“Q. Where will the government get this money?
“A. From taxpayers.

“Q. So the government is giving me back my own money?
“A. No, they are borrowing it from China. Your children are expected to repay the Chinese.

“Q. What is the purpose of this payment?
“A. The plan is that you will use the money to purchase a high-definition TV set, thus stimulating the economy.

“Q. But isn’t that stimulating the economy of China?
“A. Shut up.”

Below is some helpful advice on how to best help the US economy by spending your stimulus check wisely:

If you spend that money at Wal-Mart, all the money will go to China.

If you spend it on gasoline it will go to Hugo Chavez, the Arabs and Al Queda

If you purchase a computer it will go to Taiwan.

If you purchase fruit and vegetables it will go to Mexico, Honduras, Chile, and Guatemala.

If you buy a car it will go to Japan and Korea.

If you purchase prescription drugs it will go to India

If you purchase heroin it will go to the Taliban in Afghanistan

If you give it to a charitable cause, it will go to Nigeria.

And none of it will help the American economy.

We need to keep that money here in America. You can keep the money in America by spending it at yard sales, going to a baseball game, or spend it on prostitutes, beer (domestic ONLY), or tattoos, since those are the only businesses still in the US.

Albert or Marylin?

9 06 2008

This is the pretty mind-bending. Get out of your seat and walk away from the monitor just a little ways, maybe 15 feet or so…and then look back at this picture…People may think you’re crazy. But it’s well worth it.

Giacche enne Binnestaucche

6 05 2008

(No, this isn’t in a foreign language…not really. Just try to read it phonetically, and listen to your “new” ultra-thick Italian accent come alive and tell a classic tale…with a twist!)


Uans appona taim uase disse boi. Neimmese Giacche. Naise Boi. Live uite ise mamma. Mainde da cao.

Uane dei, di spaghetti ise olle ronne aute. Dei goine feinte fromee no fudde. Mamma soi araise, “Oreise Giacche, teicche da cao enne traide erra forre boccese spaghetti enne somme uaine.”

Bai enne bai commese omme Giacche. I garra no fudde, I garre no uiane. Meichese misteicche, enne traidese da cao forre bonce binnese.


Mamma scise engri. Giompe appe enne daon carine, “Uara iu, somme caine creisi?” Den csi tro olle binnese aute da uindo.

Necchese dai, Giacche luchese aute enna aura iu tink? Ise se disse binnestaucche uate rice appe tru di claodese.

Somme uide!

Giacche gos appe de binnestaucche. Ise se disse ogghere. Ise menne nainti sicchese fit talle uite tri grin aise. En i garra ghuse uiate leise ghoide egghese.

Giacche ielle “Giao!” Den ise grabbe de ghuse enne cuicche claime daon fromme da binnestaucche. Ise go chioppe chioppe uita da acchese. Da nainte sicchese futte menne ise faulle enne breicche de necche.


Mamme giompese fromme gioie. Meicchese naise ghuse caccitore.

Bai enne bai, dei garra no morre fudde. Dei goina dai. Uata iuse? Uara iu goine du uene iore ghuse ise cucchedo?



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