Monthly Archives: September 2016

Sub-Zero Temperatures Transform Michigan Lighthouse Into A Fairy Tale Castle

[ad_1] Sub-zero temperatures have given a lighthouse on Lake Michigan a beautiful, fairy tale-castle twist. As Polar Vortex-esque weather pushed the mercury down to between -5F and -15F on Friday, the Great Lakes Drone Company posted striking footage of the ice-laden structure on the lake’s southwest shores. Photographer Joshua Nowicki captured similarly dazzling film of… Read More »

Women: Run Like Hell From This Kind of Relationship

[ad_1] I’m seeing a new relationship trend emerging among my clients. And, frankly, it’s not a good one. What’s a trend in psychotherapy? Well, it’s when you start hearing very similar stories from several clients — enough times that it makes you go hmm. Lately, for example, I’ve seen a spike in generalized anxiety which… Read More »

Nacho Snacks with Carrot “Queso”

[ad_1] This recipe takes me back to college, when I used to binge on super unhealthy things like chips and queso at night while trying to eat reasonably healthier and more vegetarian during the day. My transition to eating healthier foods took a few years to settle in. As a busy college student, the foods from Amy’s Kitchen really helped… Read More »

10 Things You Should Never Apologize For

[ad_1] It’s a fact of life that there will be times when a genuine apology is required, but many of the actions that actually elicit an “I’m sorry” aren’t anything to be contrite over.  Luckily, Twitter brought some of these behaviors to our attention through the hashtag #ThingsIWontApologizeFor. The trending topic is the perfect reminder… Read More »

8 Paradoxical Habits Of Wildly Successful People

[ad_1] You know what they say about opinions — everybody has one. If you want to see that truth in action, just Google “characteristics of successful people.” Some of the results will undoubtedly point to the famous Marshmallow Study at Stanford, which demonstrated that the ability to delay gratification is a key component of success.… Read More »

Consider Corsica

[ad_1] Corsica is the birthplace of Napoleon Bonaparte, and like the great emperor, Corsica is small and complicated. The island is French, but not. It’s Corsican. It’s located between France and Italy on the Mediterranean. Its language, history and food are a blend of the two cultures. But ask any “true” Corsican, and they will… Read More »