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2 hours ago 0 comments Categories: Lifestyle Tags: POCO, Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, Burritos
Tomorrow starts not just a new month. It’s also an end. A termination. A retirement of sorts. Maybe a beginning but I leave that for another time. I enjoyed it or endured it or perhaps tolerated it for more than a decade. It accompanied me to many an event. It carried a number of important possessions: a “club,” a football, a basketball. a pair of cleats. I started to remove contents on Friday. Business cards. Water bottles. Tire gauge. Phone charger. Lightning cable. A Got...
1 day ago 6 comments Categories: Health Tags:
TV is still showing people hugging, holding hands, buying cars, and all this feels like telltale's of another era. Shall we ever go back to what looks now, retrospectively, like happy days?     We struggle adjusting to the new reality, but have faith that we will get through this together. Therefore, during this difficult and unprecedented time, we will continue in our role of supporting the Wellness Community, by bringing you timely information and expert’s views.   As we ar...
2 days ago 24 comments Categories: Health Tags:
Some day we will look back upon these unprecedented times and the beginnings of new norms and habits.   Such a long view is not necessarily for me, but one thing has emerged for me.  I have converted my 2 hour commuting time productively.  Yes I Zoom (not my favorite pastime), but, best of all, I have started to nap.  As soon as 11:30 rolls around, I lay my burden down (thank you Chuck) and with Charcoal snuggled by my side I quickly and irresistibly start to Zzzz and enter t...
3 days ago 4 comments Categories: Health Tags:
I had my first Covid dream a few days ago. It was about reopening and returning to the office.... back to normal.There was an awareness of measures in place to safely return.At my office desk, I settled in and reacquainted myself with the security of surroundings that I was so accustomed to. A good feeling.But then I was struck by the absence of masks and a rather cavalier attitude of those around me. As I woke, I heard myself saying  “I hope we don’t all get sick ... again.”...
4 days ago 12 comments Categories: Lifestyle Tags:
Do you know the difference? Virtues are instilled. They are manifested by what molds and shapes us; usually character building opportunities produce virtues. Typically, virtues are taught by our parents, teachers, coaches, and the like. From the time we are wee boys and girls, these important people shape the virtues we become, from the inside out. Our values are what we claim. Words that define what we believe in social settings. They help us connect with other like-mi...
5 days ago 19 comments Categories: Lifestyle Tags:
  These are strange times. Grocery shopping now is always an adventure. (Yes, I am still going albeit with utmost caution and protection and only when absolutely necessary). Forget about going with a pre-determined list. Flexibility is the key. My supermarket is rationing items. Frozen vegetables, of all things, are restricted. Four to a shopper. And then, the question is choice. Broccoli is abundant. Corn is plentiful. Peas, on the other hand, for some reason are ...
5 days ago 0 comments Categories: Lifestyle Tags:
These are strange times. Grocery shopping now is always an adventure. (Yes, I am still going albeit with utmost caution and protection and only when absolutely necessary). Forget about going with a pre-determined list. Flexibility is the key. My supermarket is rationing items. Frozen vegetables, of all things, are restricted. Four to a shopper. And then, the question is choice. Broccoli is abundant. Corn is plentiful. Peas, on the other hand, for some reason are in ...
6 days ago 7 comments Categories: Food Blogs Tags:
  With Memorial day weekend upon us, hopefully everyone is outside enjoying much needed fresh air. And, when I think of Memorial Day, I think of bar-b-ques. A thought I do not believe the current situation will change. In fact,  I believe we need our bar-b-ques even more this year. So the natural question is, what is your preference? Are you a hamburger person or hotdog person? Or both?           I am a hot dog person. I am not a fan of hamburgers, at all. Although I like my ...
This time of year, I usually look to gather lists of summer concerts, many free, to recommend. Not this year. Often, the discussions about music involve what great show got canceled, postponed or rescheduled. Not sure how many texts and emails I’ve exchanged with my friend Jason about changes involving shows planned at Jones Beach this year. We’ve talked about things such as drive-in concerts – not something either one of us consider an acceptable option; a drive-in movie inv...
8 days ago 20 comments Categories: Lifestyle Tags:
Boy are we angry...having been out and about (don't worry, mask and gloves are on) I can tell you that people are angry. Apparently a lot of pent-up tension.   The drivers on the road are excessively agressive which is saying a lot around here. Retailers are getting screamed at in a plant store ?!? They are in a store which has beautiful flora and fauna and they are angry about the establishment running out of basil...   Doctors call these rage attacks; sudden, out-of-control...
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