Yeah, that's right. I was shocked to hear such words myself. Like you, I wish I had a dollar for every time I've been told money cannot buy happiness. I understood the sentiment but still felt it wasn't entirely true. I couldn't place my finger on why, but I knew some element of that phrase … Continue reading Money can buy happiness! Who knew?
Let's knock the dust off this blog and get going again, shall we? We'll have a quick recap of life over the last 2+ years, then we move forward. Yes, we are still living in Buenos Aires. We've been here since October of 2014. Since moving here, I've returned to the States to build a … Continue reading Beginning Again
I've learned a lot from running and while running. I didn't start running until I was 42 years old. I quit smoking, cold turkey, on August 6th, 2007 (and that's a whole other story all to itself) and started running. The first important lesson I learned was there is way more inside of me than … Continue reading What I Have Learned from Running
Last night G-man and I were out walking when we decided to stop by our favorite produce place. Why is it our fav? Well, because it's close to our apartment, the produce is beautiful, and, most importantly, the people who work there are WONDERFUL! First off, for the unfamiliar, buying produce here is a different process … Continue reading Lessons Learned – some pleasant, some not
Here we are into our eighth week living in Buenos Aires. Right up front I have to say we haven't put much effort into truly becoming invested in and exploring our new home town. When we arrived in mid-October, we knew we were going back to the States 1st December to see our son wed … Continue reading Random Observations on Our New Life in Buenos Aires
Live in the moment! Be where you are. Sounds easy. Seems logical. As a matter of fact, you may very well be asking yourself how you can be somewhere other than where you are. Well, I do it all the time. The more I think about it, the more I think I actually spend a … Continue reading Escaping My Comfort Zone
Study: The Pose of a Champion is Innate (from livescience.com) - It turns out that the stereotypical image of a victor — head tilted back, chest puffed out and arms in the air — may be an innate human response to success. A new study found that blind athletes who have never seen such a … Continue reading The Victory Pose