GUEST POST: The Importance of Mastering Relaxation for Solopreneurs

Guest contributor Sarah Jones is the Editor of Relax Everyday, where she writes about relaxation, wellness, and general well-being. Solopreneur, entrepreneur, self-employed, small business owner, however you refer to yourself these days, there are so many reasons that people are choosing to become their own boss. It is a great way to take control of your […]

GUEST POST: Staying Healthy When You Are HIV Positive

Leaps in science and understanding of the HIV disease means that new treatment if applied properly, allow HIV-positive persons to live normal, healthy lives.  In , act recent studies show that someone who is HIV-positive but in routine care and in optimal heath can live to their late 70s. While in the past treatment involved […]

October 13th, Unlucky No More

  Every October 13th has been a rough day for me since the year 2000. That year, October 13th fell on a Friday, and my life changed forever. Traveling back to Payson, Arizona where I lived at the time from a friends house in Wilhoit, I came around a corner near the final stretch into […]

GUEST POST: Cool Story, Bro

This last week, a friend and humor hero of mine Kimmy Dee released her book of personal essays (and a couple of short stories thrown in for good measure) titled most appropriately Pussy Planet. Much like her blog, Turd Mountain, it is filled with irreverent toilet humor, dick jokes, and straight talk about her lady […]

Should Authors Try To Heal?

“As all great art is made from suffering So are we Good in nature, but evil by our own free will Incestuously created by the will to kill” -Dimmu Borgir “Blood Hunger Doctrine” A good book does not just share a story. It drags the reader, sometimes kicking and screaming, from the world in which […]

The Best of Hard Times

Of late you could say that things have been hard. But before you take some kind of pity on me, let me say that these have also been some of the best times of my life. It’s a paradox hard to come to terms with, and one that has left me deep in thought. If […]

Forget About It

I’ve known for a while even though I seldom have contact with my mother and that side of the family, but from our phone conversations, especially over the last six months, it’s been obvious. At least to me. To be fair, I do have a wife who works in geriatric care, and I am exposed […]