Monthly Archives: September 2016

Just Go!

When scrolling up and down my Facebook feed, I often come across a post attacking someone who has hurt them. In some instances, it’s directed toward someone they’re not connected to online. In other instances, it’s directed specifically to one … Continue reading

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Election Pains

Election Pains Tomorrow night at 9:00 pm (ET) is the first presidential debate, moderated by Lester Holt. I seldom discuss such things because many people hold so firmly onto their beliefs that they can’t have a healthy dialogue with you. … Continue reading

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Vegan Freak

Vegan Freak I recently finished reading a fascinating book titled, Vegan Freak: Being Vegan in a non-Vegan World, by Bob Torres. It’s a book, obviously, about the vegan way of life. It’s a great resource for long and short time … Continue reading

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Have You Been Catfished?

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Maestra and the Cuban Literacy Campaign Last night, I screened a moving documentary, Maestra, a film about the 1961 Cuban literacy campaign. Cuba made ambitious, aggressive efforts in 1961 to eliminate illiteracy. I say ambitious because the goal was to … Continue reading

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It’s Not Worth It

It’s Not Worth It For the past several days, I have seen this meme going around. The person who posted it  evidently wanted to glorify annoying his wife by cutting this piece of cake lopsided, in the center. Are people … Continue reading

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Virtual Doctors Rise Up

Virtual Doctors Rise Up On September 12th, I wrote an article about Doctors Making House Calls, an innovative way doctors can provide a more personalized touch. Though it’s often a little more expensive than a traditional doctor’s visit, it can … Continue reading

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Low Salt Fritos

  Low Salt Fritos Sometimes, I enjoy a nice snack. One of my top salty snack foods is the regular FRITOS Corn Chips. The only issue I have with them is the salt and the sodium, so I don’t have … Continue reading

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Practice Makes Perfect

The more you do something, the better you should become. I use the word “should” because I don’t think that this theory applies to everyone. I felt/feel this way when it comes to cooking artichoke or any dish that contains … Continue reading

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Hard II Love is FIYA!

Hard II Love is FIYA! I love it. Usher is one of the few artists for whom I own, and enjoy, all of his albums. I feel connected to him for many reasons. I call him my brother from another … Continue reading

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