Six Degrees of Separation It’s often a smaller world than we think — and that’s a very good thing

If I mentioned that I watched six hours of episodes in a Netflix series on a recent Tuesday night when I had a work meeting at 8 the next morning, would that seem to you like a lot of time spent binge-watching TV?

Approaching the one-year anniversary of the beginning of the end of the world as we knew it, COVID-19 has eliminated much of our daily routines. Because of that, I am facing stimulation starvation.

It feels as if everything has changed about the upcoming holidays. Except what is required of me. For my family, this year we will no longer be extended, but reduced. Out of caution and COVID protocols, my brothers and sisters, spouses, children, grandchildren, cousins and more will not be s…

When it comes to paying the tab for a group outing, what's a few bucks here or there?

The ultimate accessory for self expression, and for me, paying tribute to my dad

Those occasions when just being there can be a truly meaningful gesture

Hope and optimism are good traits, except when hiring contractors for your home

I appreciate the value of a quick break — but I won't take mine lying down

Cooking on the fly has its risks, but can also result in surprisingly tasty culinary creations

The fine art of noticing the little things in life that can make a big difference

How is it that our minds often inexplicably go blank, even when meeting longtime friends?

In an era of instant accessibility, maintaining a work/life balance is increasingly challenging

There can be a fine line between living a full life and being so busy you can't enjoy it

Joining groups, clubs and associations can provide an outlet to connect with kindred spirits