The second article in Jason Zenobia’s series on his cooking school experiences, here he shows how important it is to keep going even when everything is falling apart.
Jeff Reese plans to move to Mexico. He travels to Puerto Vallarta to get the lay of the land, consider opportunities, and wonders if he’ll be able to find a place to live.
A new startup promising to pay for you to get married only requires funds be repaid if you get divorced. A lovely sounding concept, this doesn’t entirely make sense …
Jason Zenobia takes a risk pursuing the work he loves, describes his first time at cooking school, and shares his recipe for Shrimp and Scallop Linguine with Shallot Parsley Cream Sauce.
Kari Stiles shares a touching holiday story regarding the search for a rainbow night-light, and talks about her charitable ventures.
One of our favorite fitness Instagrammers, Nikki Zahki, gives us the inside knowledge behind not letting holiday eating totally destroy your weight.
Kari Stiles relates a patient interaction while caring for a woman who was close to dying and how she handled her with love and compassion.
Jim Carroll wrote a song that was popular in the ’80s called “People Who Died” … this is Jeff Reese’s version of that same concept, reflecting back on friends who have passed.
Picking up where she left off with her introduction to the subject of gaslighting, Sarah Xerta next tackles gaslighting in intimate partner relationships.