Month: April 2016

Friday’s Fast Five… 5 Things Death Has Taught Me About Life


Picture this– we are all crammed in one big classroom. All of us. You, me, Tom Hanks, Hilary Clinton, Ronaldo, Kim Jong-un,  Stephen Hawking, Jennifer Lawrence, your neighbors, my neighbors, everyone. The entire breathing population. And it’s chaos. It’s a circus. It’s Woodstock. And every day new people arrive while the expired souls disappear. He, […]

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The Write on Fight on College Scholarship Award


Hey Everyone, I’m excited to announce that the next WoFo sponsored Write-a-Thon will be held on May 17 at Robbinsville High School in Robbinsville, New Jersey. This event is helping to raise money for the Write on Fight on College Scholarship Award. An award that will be given to one deserving senior at Robbbinsville High […]

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To Robbinsville, New Jersey


Death sucks. Not because of its invincibility or apathy. Its ruthlessness or timelessness. Death sucks because it divides the living. Amidst the grieving crowd, death ostracizes  us into our own private corners.  Yes, when a person dies, the living find other. We nestle together like spoons. We offer shoulders and hands. We whisper condolences and […]

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Friday’s Fast Five…5 Things I Wish I Knew When I Was 18


It’s crazy to think that 18 years ago I was farting my way through the final hours of high school, of childhood. I naively assumed that because I breezed through the seas of high school that my future waters would be calm and easily passable. I thought because I wrote a few essays, passed Algebra and successfully dissected a frog I was, […]

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My Interview with Bree Hogan…AKA… Starbrite Warrior


Bree Hogan is a certified holistic health coach and the founder of Starbrite Warrior , an online resource and support community for women living with invisible illness who want to do more than just simply cope. Through her unique mix of realism, positivity, humour and a whole lotta heart, Bree shares her personal, oftentimes confronting […]

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5 Reasons Why Parenthood is the Best Form of Professional Development


If you’re a working professional I’m sure you’re familiar with the term “professional development”. If you’re not a working professional– stop reading my blog and get a job you bum. No just kidding! You’re not a bum! Keep reading! Please, I need your readership! If you’re still with me–professional development (or PD) consists of seminars […]

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Friday’s Fast Five… 5 Simple Things My Life Has Taught Me


On Wednesday I turned 36 and found myself in my attic. Let me explain. As my wife and children, my parents and brothers milled about the living room I was sitting in the attic, alone, leafing through my old photo albums– doing my best Clark Griswold. So I’m 36 now. Maybe it took 36 years […]

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