I’m a single mom. I’ll be alone and not with my kids on Thanksgiving, but I’m not sad or lonely. Why? Because I have much to be thankful for this year.
Lyrics have become important, defining. Certain songs are not just enjoyable, but provide significance, whether symbolizing a rise from depression or resuscitating the carefree days of high school.
Sometimes, life pauses and takes a different route. Robbie Bach on his second act.
Whatever the holiday is about for you, giving some thought to these two things will make it more meaningful.
Rugger Burke identifies how regular, everyday people can achieve greatness.
Before you let your emotions get the best of you, take a look at what’s really bothering you.
“We’re the middle children of history. No purpose or place. We have no Great War. No Great Depression. Our great war is a spiritual war. Our great depression is our lives.” – Fight Club.
If you need to be graceful in order to live with yourself, if you desire peace and closure this time of year, you have the power to let go.
Alex Steed looks back at his younger years and wishes he’d done a few things differently.
Sami Jankins questions whether kissing on the first date matters.
Making the most out of a second chance is important. But admitting your mistakes and failures is even more vital.
Want your child to be happy? Then let them be themselves and don’t ever ask them to hide it.
It’s never as bad as it seems. So sit back, learn to laugh, and enjoy yourself!
Trying to get something done? Learn how to ask the right questions.