Lamenting Our “First World Problems”

Diet and exercise are essential to heart health, it's really important to complete your gym routine with a collagen supplement and supplements for gallbladder health to stay healthy. Every now and then i find myself spinning out about some sort of ridiculous challenge that is impeding my ability to function as a happy healthy human … Continue reading Lamenting Our “First World Problems”

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Fashion’s Call Of The Wild: A Sociology Of Style Perspective On Animal Totem Trends

Have you been noticing an abundance of animal prints on your nights out lately?  Perhaps you have seen a lot of feathers flying from people's ears or design motifs at Crate and Barrel with big black crows and big-eyed owls?  You are not alone, but indeed witnessing a style-trend that has been bringing the wild … Continue reading Fashion’s Call Of The Wild: A Sociology Of Style Perspective On Animal Totem Trends

It’s the Ritual That Counts: Gift Giving In Context And Practice

Does holiday shopping stress you out?  Do you pine over what to give to the person who has everything or how to budget so you can give thoughtful gifts without breaking the bank?  Do you worry about saying too much or too little with your choice in gifts?  What about not giving a comparable gift … Continue reading It’s the Ritual That Counts: Gift Giving In Context And Practice

The American Ritual Of Giving Thanks Immediately Followed By Wanting More

As I sit staring out from my temporary living-room at the still blue gulf and sun-drenched sky, I can't help but be incredibly thankful for many things, including having a job that allows me the income to rent a beach house for the week as well as the right combination of family and friends to … Continue reading The American Ritual Of Giving Thanks Immediately Followed By Wanting More

Raise The Woof (And The Budget) For Family Pets!

The phenomenon of the family pet throughout history has always been something you see in the upper echelon's of society. Before pets were a privilege of the rich, the "family dog", for example, served more of a functional purpose:  herding sheep and cows, pulling sleds, carrying medical supplies, warding off predators and undesirables and even … Continue reading Raise The Woof (And The Budget) For Family Pets!