Positive Manipulation Through Education: Learning What To Love

After writing one of my blogs recently I was reminded of an idea that struck me some time ago. This particular idea was one I formulated while contemplating my possible career in politics. I realized that I, like any politician, would need to provide my constituents with a stance on education. Unfortunately, the town I … Continue reading Positive Manipulation Through Education: Learning What To Love


Sociological Mindfulness

If you have ever studied Sociology then you are probably more than familiar with this term. If not, it is still something worth incorporating into your life. The term sociological mindfulness originates from the theory of symbolic interactionism. I am well aware that some of these words sound quite complicated and are not standard in … Continue reading Sociological Mindfulness

Five for Free

I try not to get too political in my blogs and that will hold true to this one as well. Recently I have toyed with the idea of entering local politics but have wondered about my stance on a variety of issues. This is one idea I had for a political stance on tax reform. … Continue reading Five for Free

Blog #20: 20 Potentially Useless Things to Know

Everyone and everything seems to have a Top 10 or Top 20 list so I thought I would provide you with my own. These may be interesting to some and completely useless to others but I thought it would be fun. These of course have absolutely no hierarchy, meaning their order is completely random and … Continue reading Blog #20: 20 Potentially Useless Things to Know

Manufactured Obsolescence: The manipulation of the consumer.

Manufactured obsolescence is the term used to describe the behavior of companies to purposely manufacture certain parts out of inferior materials. Yes, you heard me correctly, PURPOSELY manufacture parts out of INFERIOR materials. They do this to ensure they will have a limited lifespan.This is not a whimsical concept or conspiracy theory, this is a … Continue reading Manufactured Obsolescence: The manipulation of the consumer.

Déjà vu and the Recorded Future Theory

So, if you are looking for something completely random, wild, fanciful, and unproven to read then I have written this for you. Many years ago I had an idea which I thought could explain Déjà vu. I, like probably many of you, experience déjà vu somewhat regularly. It is a phenomenon which has always intrigued … Continue reading Déjà vu and the Recorded Future Theory

Our Value Of Authors

Books come in many sizes and cover a variety of topics. Children’s books are filled with wonderful and imaginative pictures. Adult books shed their pictures and replace them with fanciful descriptions which create vivid images in the minds of their readers. Well written books have the ability to transport their readers to far away galaxies … Continue reading Our Value Of Authors

Time Perception for Personality Types

Recently I read a book titled The Introvert Advantage by Marti Olsen Laney, Psy.D. The book was recommended to me by a good friend after we were talking one day about my curiosity on the subject. The book is well written and very insightful. It is written in a way to encourage introverts to be … Continue reading Time Perception for Personality Types