Your beast- your beat

"So don't you try to tame the lionJust to ride on the horizonCan somebody let the beast out, babyYeah, we all hide our desireAnd then we feel the beat like fireWill somebody let the beast out, baby" The Lion The Beast The Beat -written by Grace Potter The first time I heard The Lion The … Continue reading Your beast- your beat

Does Drunk=Wasted?

If you're a reader who wants to get to the meat of the matter without wading through the added words it may require for me to dissect my abstract observations and mystical mind wanderings in order to arrive at my conclusion, I'm going to answer that question. After all, I have spent the last 30 … Continue reading Does Drunk=Wasted?

Too much

I used to have this picture in my head of someone with a drinking "problem" as falling down in an alley. And they were dirty; perhaps with torn and disheveled clothing. And most likely it was raining. Yes, it was absolutely wet and dark. And as I said, there was that alley. Therefore, during eleventh … Continue reading Too much

Get one under your belt

START WITH ONE AND KEEP BUILDING... Given my early-bird tendencies, I tend to favor early morning workouts. For me, my workout is the equivalent of a mind calming drug I can't afford to miss a dose of, so the earlier the better. I also feel my strongest, with greater endurance early in the day. That … Continue reading Get one under your belt

How to switch it up

Ever get in a funk and feel like you've lost your mojo? Or even worse- become doubtful of the fact that you'd ever actually possessed any mojo at all. Ever? My hand is raised, brothers and sisters- been there! And since I made a solemn vow to operate in the NO BULLSHIT ZONE I'll be … Continue reading How to switch it up

Forget your reflection and focus on projection

Here's my no-fail method for dealing positively with getting older: get out of the mirror. It's so basic that it sounds like a joke, but I'm completely serious. I'm average in the looks department- one of those people whom others often refer to as "cute", though at 54 I'm well past what can reasonably be considered middle age, … Continue reading Forget your reflection and focus on projection