Some people don't mind being asked who they voted for or openly showing support for a particular candidate or proposition. That is their right.
Using common sense and social skills can help you decide whether to ask in the first place. Especially in the workplace.
Donald Trump criticizes John Kasich's Dining Etiquette.
Does John Kasich need a refresher course in dining etiquette? Or should Mr. Trump focus on more important things?
Presidential hopeful, Donald Trump, once again shares his opinion about a running mate. This time it was John Kasich’s lack of dining etiquette. "He has a news...
Monastery Stays | Part II | Tips for a Silent Retreat
The New Camaldoli Hermitage in Big Sur offers silent retreats. (Link to Part I)
We hear it from religious leaders, psychologists, successful business leaders and other experts—everyone needs to take time to disengage from the hurried life many of us lead (or choose to...
Monastery Stays | Tips for a Silent Retreat | Part I
Why do people choose a silent retreat? I don't know, but I do know why I chose it.
My cup runneth over. I have little to complain about, but have much to be grateful for. And with time and seclusion impossible to find, I was...
Ah, holiday gatherings; a time to reconnect and catch up.
"Oh, you got your hair cut." "Some people are just meant to be single." "If you're satisfied with your life, then that's all that matters." Well meaning?
The anticipation of the dreaded comments or questions from friends or family members can put anyone in an...
It is National Hamburger Day! 6 Tips on Handling the Hamburger.
If you're a vegetarian, then I guess you are not interested in a day celebrating beef!
According to the "History" website, the hamburger is the world's most popular food; over 40 billion burgers served annually.
Origin: It is said that Hamburg, Germany was where the...