Recent Articles

  • American Government Is Running Out Of Money Again
    Local news stations reported this morning that congress has been warned that the government will run out of money by October.  I could think of better ways for us to budget and spend than what’s going on with the current … Continue reading →
  • Estee Lauder’s Modern Muse Perfume
    This is going to be one of the shortest reviews I’ve ever written.  Estee Lauder, what were you thinking?  Modern Muse…think 1980, Deep Woods Off, with some moth balls thrown in.  And the dry down doesn’t get any better, except … Continue reading →
  • Top 10 Games for Your iPad
    I am using my iPad device for games when I want to relax and that’s why I collected the best 10 games and put them in a list for you. What criteria have I used to make this list? – … Continue reading →
  • Feeling Stuck – My 3 Top Tips For Getting Unstuck
    Feeling stuck in a rut has the power to stop you dead in your tracks and leave you feeling totally powerless and disillusioned with your life. It really doesn’t have to be this way. I have 3 top tips that … Continue reading →
  • How To Clean and Polish Your Jewelry at Home
    Jewelry may add sparkle to your personality but with time they also lose their luster and become dull. Cleaning your jewelry at regular intervals can help retain their sparkle for longer time, and also make that jewelry cleaning process quicker … Continue reading →
  • Have A Great Day
    Getting your day off on the right foot seems impossible sometimes. You have high hopes for a good day and then 10 minutes after getting to work something goes wrong. Most of the time this “event” can be the beginning … Continue reading →
  • SEO Writing in 2013: What You Need to Know About Submitting Guest Posts in a Post-Penguin 2.0 World
    Google’s latest algorithmic update, Penguin 2.0, was born on May 22, 2013. And, like a lot of the changes the search giant rolls out, it’s affected how SEO (online) writers create content. In this article, we’ll discuss exactly what this … Continue reading →
  • Freelance Writing Advice: 4 Common Mistakes Many New Freelancers Make and How to Avoid Them
    I’ve been a freelance writer since 1993 and I’ve made so many mistakes I could literally write a book about them. Some mistakes can’t be helped, but there are definitely those you don’t have to make in order to learn … Continue reading →
  • Freelance Writing Rates: Should You List Them On Your Website, or Not?
    Many freelance writers struggle with what to put on their website. I’ve been a freelancer since 1993, and here I’ll list four things that should definitely be included – in my opinion. One of the questions I receive a lot … Continue reading →
  • Epic and Medium step together into longform experiment
    On two occasions, Joshua Davis spent seven years working on a story that lived a brief, bright life in the pages of a glossy magazine, only to be ultimately confined to a dark corner of the Internet. A national magazine … Continue reading →
  • HyperSolar Moves Closer to Low-Cost Solar Hydrogen Water-Splitting by Reaching the 1.0 Volt Milestone
    Company also extends sponsored research agreement with University of California Santa Barbara after achieving dramatic breakthroughs in its novel low-cost solar cell component HyperSolar, Inc. today announced that its artificial photosynthesis technology is now capable of producing 1.0 volt open-circuit … Continue reading →
  • Medium, Ghost Whisperer and John Edward
    I recently found this quote from John Edward and thought it was a great opening to discuss a touchy topic. “It doesn’t matter what comes through or doesn’t come through. You are going to be disappointed. You won’t get what … Continue reading →
  • Staying Empowered In Every Situation
    Wouldn’t you love to have a better life, to feel more in control, and to feel like your life had some meaning, purpose, and a sense of direction? Most of us would. Most of us can…if we understand and agree … Continue reading →
  • Russell Brand The Messiah Complex
    Say what you will about Russell Brand, but the bloke is bloody interesting as hell.  Russell Brand draws interest on all levels, some of which is not so positive.  But setting aside the very public way in which his personal … Continue reading →
  • The Tesla Secret by Alex Lukeman
    Winner of the 2013 Best Indie Book Award™ Nick Carter’s keen psychic sense wakes him one night just before an incendiary grenade nearly kills him and his girlfriend Selena Conner. They barely escape out the back door before his cabin … Continue reading →
  • BBC’s Sherlock Holmes – Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman
    If you are a die-hard fan of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s Sherlock Holmes, this may be a bit of a departure for you and may take some getting used to.  But once you adjust to the more modern feel, you … Continue reading →
  • Why TheBestArticleDirectory.com is Simply the Best Article Directory
    What makes The Best Article Directory the best article directory out there? Well, here are few reasons for starters: Article Excerpts are Sent to Multiple Social Networks for Increased Visibility. Priority Article Review for Faster Publication. (Premium) Full Author Profile … Continue reading →
  • Mediumship As Grief Therapy
    Grieving the loss of a loved one is something every one of us goes through. It can take years for the pain to finally ease and for us to feel like we can go on with our lives and enjoy … Continue reading →
  • Star Trek Into Darkness (2013) Review
    I’m thoroughly excited by the new Star Trek movies, and happy to have a good action-packed science fiction movie worthy of the price tag at the movie theater. With the long string of movie misfires lately, Star Trek is one … Continue reading →
  • Daytona Beach, Florida
    On any given day of the year, you will find Daytona Beach, Florida alive with visitors. The beach itself is the main draw, with its flat, gently sloping beach and plenty of sand to park your towel on. Speaking of … Continue reading →