Category Archives: attitude

Response to Kids’ Misbehavior: “Good Old Days” vs. Now

Your great-grandparents probably committed childhood acts that would be prosecuted as crimes these days. Today even common childish behavior is being criminalized. Time to compare. Continue reading

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Witty Bitching

Go ahead, express yourself. Continue reading

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April’s Energy Fingerprint

Do April’s tragedies say something about us? Continue reading

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On Being A Frugal Geek

Can you be a geek without the latest gadgets? Yes. yes you can. Continue reading

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A New Curse Word

Bet you’ve used this curse word today. Continue reading

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Delight-Driven Willpower

Willpower is easier when we rely on it for positives rather than use it to erase negative habits. Here’s to cultivating delights you want to welcome into your life. Continue reading

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Politeness Recovery In Progress

Politeness is the dodo bird of our times. No one is quite sure what killed off civility but it’s obvious that two-year-olds aren’t growing out of tantrums or a sense of entitlement. Instead they just get bigger, becoming toddler adults. Continue reading

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