Re-Branding Yourself

Last week, I read the latest Bridget Jones installment called “Bridget Jones: Mad About the Boy.” For those unfamiliar with the new story line, we enter into Bridget’s life when she is 51… Continue reading

Success is a Journey, Never the End Result

I’ve been reading a lot of articles lately on successful people and their patterns.  It seems like many people that have found success in life all seem to follow similar patterns.  People are… Continue reading

Beginning a New Path

One of my resolutions this year was to join a few clubs, meet new people and get out more by doing the things that I love to do. At first, it started with… Continue reading

Being Grateful

As I mentioned in the last post, I’ve been reading Robinson Crusoe.  One of my friends finds it strange that I can walk into a bookstore and hear a book calling my name. … Continue reading

The Resiliency of the Human Spirit

This week, the Today Show has started a “Love Your Selfie” campaign.  In this campaign, they talk about the things they love about themselves and the things they don’t like about themselves.  Everything… Continue reading

Catching Up

It’s time to get caught up with a few things. There are a few topics I want to talk about so here are my thoughts on what’s transpired in the last week. 1.… Continue reading

Martin Brodeur

Martin Brodeur, a photo by insidehockey on Flickr. This is my favorite photo of Martin Brodeur I took in Yankee Stadium during the Stadium Series.

Martin Brodeur

Martin Brodeur, a photo by insidehockey on Flickr. Here is a photo I took of Martin Brodeur at the Stadium Series in Yankee Stadium.

Martin Brodeur

Martin Brodeur, a photo by insidehockey on Flickr. This is one of the pictures I took on Saturday at Yankee Stadium.

The Financial Resolutions – Organize the Hell out of Them

How many of you made financial resolutions this year? Whether it’s to not spend more, save more, or pay off your debts, I’m going to share how I’m doing the exact same, because… Continue reading

The Positive Thinker – Resolutions

I wanted to do an update on how I’ve been doing post-op, but I’m going to wait until the official 3 month marker which is on 1/22. I will only say that the… Continue reading

Be True to Who You Are

I literally wrote over 1,ooo words on why it’s important to not fake life, but then decided to just let these words and pictures tell the story… Going into 2014, may you all… Continue reading

For the Love of the Game

I was planning on doing some work last week to publish a couple of articles, but with my younger brother in town, whom I haven’t seen in three years, I decided to just… Continue reading

2014 Resolutions

As the days of 2013 are winding down, oftentimes I find myself saying, “Where have the days gone?” Seems like only yesterday the year had just begun. People used to send letters with their… Continue reading

Borrowed Post: 18 Things I’ve Been Afraid to Publish Here…

One of my favorite bloggers, Kym Fox (wife of hockey player TJ Fox), did a post yesterday called “18 Things I’ve Been Afraid to Publish Here…”  I don’t always get to read everyone’s… Continue reading

Why I Shared The Story About the Tumor

I’ve been meaning to talk a little about why I decided to share what I went through these past few months. I always say that the reason why God gives me things like… Continue reading

A Kid’s Play on Life

A couple of posts ago I mentioned the difficulties in regaining my memories since the surgery. Not all memories are back, but many have been flooding back, and that makes me smile. I’ve… Continue reading

Sexism? Come On…

I wasn’t even going to talk about this, but I saw some of the responses from young women new to hockey writing in my inbox complaining about X, Y and Z when it… Continue reading

Memories

Since my surgery on 10/22, things have been a little different. Let’s just say life in general has been different. One of the side effects of having high calcium in the blood (brought… Continue reading

A Lesson in Gilgamesh’s Grief

Ever since my surgery, I’ve been diving into classical literature.  I read Frankenstein and then followed it up with the story of Gilgamesh.  Being a very spiritual person, there was a reason why… Continue reading