By the end of February, millions of people who in January resolved a positive change for themselves in the new year have already given up. Most will blame their lack of willpower. But is that the reason?
The brute force approach will fail more than 90 percent of the time. Willpower is finite, and you can use it up just getting yourself to work on time every day, let alone succeeding at a new resolution goal.
If you’ve given up on giving up, maybe it’s time to reset and reboot your New Years’ resolution for success.
First, let us get…
Yeah, it's exactly what you’re thinking. Beer brewed using the vaginal secretions of a woman. Not just any woman, mind you, a young beautiful woman. It’s the main selling point; the beer is a connection to the essence of an attractive fantasy woman. I mean, the woman who took part in the manufacturing of this product isn’t a fantasy; she’s a Czech model. What betters a drink than to drink from her lips, so to speak.
Of course, they needed a beautiful model. You wouldn’t fantasize about a frumpy middle-aged woman sitting on a toilet, legs spread, swabbing her private…
I am not by any stretch of the imagination an accomplished piano player. In fact, you could size up my ability to learn the piano to that of a chicken that plays the piano by a person putting a kernel of food on a piano key and having the chicken hitting the piano key to grab the kernel of food.
I had a small 77 key keyboard for a few years but didn’t play with it much. Then I decided, well, if I’m going to take the time to learn to play, then I’d like a full-size keyboard. Just in…
It took ten years, but finally, Congress passed the CASE act as part of the COVID-19 relief bill. This is an essential piece of legislation for writers and other creatives, artists, musicians, photographers, etc. that feel their copyrighted work has been infringed.
This bill creates a “Small Claims Court” within the U.S. Copyright Office for copyright infringements. Small claims court for copyright infringement may not seem like a big deal until you know that copyright cases previously were expensive federal cases that could cost hundreds of thousands of dollars to pursue.
So copyright infringements of creatives that did not have…
The human genome is key to age reversal. Aging may seem an unstoppable life factor, but the repairing, addition, and expression of genes can positively impact your health and longevity. Aging deteriorates genes and gene expression that maintain youthful functions.
As we humans age, beneficial genes are “turned down”, while other genes that are detrimental to cellular function are “turned up”.
I have written a previous article on Google's threat to democracy, everything I wrote then is true now. But now there is even more of a threat. The censorship being instituted by Google’s Youtube and Social Media platforms has never been seen outside a communist country until now. This censorship is being baked into these platforms. I honestly believe they are sowing the seeds of their own demise in the United States, but that demise will take years and the threat to our democracy is here and now.
Below is an excerpt from Google released 12–9–2020
The brain is a wondrous thing. It remains plastic well into old age. This surprised neuroscientists when they discovered the brain’s ability to form new brain cells ( neurogenesis) well into our 80s and 90s. It seems you can teach an old dog new tricks.
One easy way to change your brain is to change your environment. I don’t mean you have to move. Well, I do mean you have to move, but that doesn’t require a change of location. Exercise is the closest thing science has found to the fountain of youth. …
Getting old is hard, but it beats the alternative. As long as you’re still here, make the most of it. Before you can see where you can go, take stock of where you are.
Have you found yourself yet? I know that’s a question younger people ask themselves, searching for their inner wisdom to lead themselves forward in life. But as we gain wisdom, we learn we do not find ourselves as much as we create ourselves. That’s as true now as it was when you were younger.
Think about it. A lifetime of reacting to events, both positive and…
I, like many writers, struggle with using content from external sources. It’s in your best interest to know that you are not infringing on anyone’s copyright before publishing your work.
Before I proceed any further, let me state, “I am not a lawyer,” and I am not offering legal advice. I am expressing the copyright laws as I interpret them.
In general, the copyright laws I reference pertain to the United States only. Every country on the planet has its own copyright laws.
In general, copyright protection for works created after January 1, 1978, are for the life of the…
Pets are wonderful companions and friends. They are genuinely affectionate and grateful. They don’t care how you look, your job, the car you drive, or how much money you have in the bank. You can confide in them; they will never tell your secrets or gossip.
If you do consider getting a pet, there are millions available in animal shelters across the country. Not only do you get a pet, but you can also save the animal’s life. Over 6 million dogs and cats live in shelters today—overpopulation cause over 1.2 …