Tag Archives: middle age

And Furthermore … I Call Bullshit!

In yesterday’s missive I talked about connecting with abandon, my new favourite phrase. But perhaps the one thing that I forgot to mention is that connecting with abandon also involves connecting with honesty. With authenticity. It means doing nothing by … Continue reading

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Would You Walk The Dog In Your Pyjamas?

As I was dressing for work this past Monday, it occurred to me that since Friday evening I had worn nothing but pyjamas (for lounging, sleeping, hanging out) and yoga pants (so as not to walk the dog in pyjamas, … Continue reading

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Eat, Pray, Love, Patience or … Why I Wish I Was Liz Gilbert

I have always fallen in love fast and without measuring risks. I have a tendency not only to see the best in everyone, but to assume that everyone is emotionally capable of reaching his highest potential.  I have fallen in … Continue reading

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Are You A “We” Guy Or An “I” Guy?

I’ve just had this big revelation.  I mean huge.  We’re talking the kind of monumental epiphany that could go down in the history books as life-altering, glacier-moving, cosmos-shifting  BIG. Ready? Dating is hard.  Especially when you’re old. I know my … Continue reading

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A Fish May Love A Bird (Do Opposites Really Attract?) …

I’m struggling.  I am struggling with dating and the arguable concept that opposites attract. I mean, mostly I’m just struggling with dating period because I honestly didn’t think I’d be back at it again at this stage of my life. … Continue reading

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Don’t go changing … or maybe do?

Change: to make the form, nature, content, future course, etc., of (something) different from what it is or from what it would be if left alone. There you have it.  The dictionary.com definition of the word change. I kinda like it, … Continue reading

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I’ll Let You Go Now … and other dumb things people say.

Do you know what I hate?  I mean, besides brussel sprouts, people who are rude to waiters and going to the gym?  I hate when you’re talking on the phone and then suddenly the other person says “Well, I’ll let … Continue reading

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