Here’s 5 things I learned about money, racism and girlfriends by Anna Foga I have always been somebody who doesn’t care about money, living most of my life on a budget. I am a traveler and I usually try to stay away from the money-focused society, preferring to spend my days lazing away in a … Continue reading The Things I learned from Dating a Mexican Millionaire
Would you call it red? I’m thinking you would. Whether positive or negative, passion is such a strong emotion and red is a passionate color. Passion is the fuel in the fire of action. Red is the color of blood and fire. The color of scarlet is also associated with meanings of love, desire, heat, … Continue reading If Passion was a Color….
Besides not taking our need for alone time personally The death of someone close to you can be such a redefining moment in life. Particularly for those who define themselves in terms of their relationships, as was the case for my mother. She was a wife to her husband for over thirty years and prescribed herself … Continue reading The One Thing You Need to Know About Every Introvert
“Sex is the most fun thing you can have without smiling” — Madonna Ciccone Madonna is one of the most influential female recording artists of all time. Her legacy transcends music and has been studied by sociologists and historians the world over. She modernized the music video, pioneered the contemporary concert extravaganza, and her 1991 … Continue reading What Makes a Woman Great in Bed?
Love has a language all of its own. “Once a man wins a woman’s love, the love is his forever. He can only lose the woman.” — Robert Brault. I love you. It doesn’t always mean what we might think. Depending on who’s saying it or in what context those words are spoken, they can … Continue reading 5 Ways to Tell a Woman That You Love Her Without Saying I Love You
Hey you. Stuff is going to hurt. A nail driving into timber. Agony for holes. Vacant suffocation. Some days vibrate with gutters. Life is too hard, you’ll think. Too hard to feel; to hear sweet sound; to gaze at a sunset. To be alive. Hey you. Things are going to kill. The nail sinks deeper. … Continue reading Honor the Nail
The mind has many layers. Creativity is one of the most fascinating challenges in contemporary neuroscience. In fact, very little about the nature of creativity is known. I like to think of it as a mystifying and wonderful complex side of our minds awaiting exploration. Our capacity to create, produce new concepts and ideas is … Continue reading Creative Writing Energy: Understanding the Mind for Creativity
by Rosie Wylor-Owen Ambition isn’t simple. It’s a glorious hope of a better life, a contented life; maybe the ideal life that we’ve always wanted to lead, but it isn’t simple. It feels that way when we first set out pursuing whichever dream we have latched onto with gusto. Isn’t it just a case of … Continue reading Beating Imposter Syndrome