I did an informal survey recently... over the course of a couple days, I asked about a dozen friends and colleagues if I could see their phone and look at what their most frequently used emojis were. My theory - the emojis you frequently use will give an insight into your personality and mood predisposition. So, … Continue reading What Your Emojis Say About You
I started a short series recently on the importance of still being open to new experiences as we get older. Some of my themes are sexual - and I will come back to that - but today I want to go more physical. Wake surfing - surfing (on a surf board) in the waves created … Continue reading A Book Of First 4: Wake Surfing
I'm only human. So when my wife and I, last night, spent the evening at a gorgeous outdoor spa with hot tubs, saunas, steam rooms, massage areas.. we couldn't help but get pretty aroused. The environment is made for two things - relaxation and sexual arousal. Visualize it - a 5 acre resort cut into … Continue reading Why We Need Sexual Play Zones at Spas
Saying I am unmusical is like saying Donald Trump is un-classy... it kind of goes without saying. I was the kid in music class who was hidden in the back row and told to 'just mouth the words'. In the it came time to pass out instruments ... triangle. So, when I signed my kids … Continue reading A Book Of Firsts, Part 3: Learning an Instrument (not that one)
I am in process of (maybe) agreeing to a ‘boys’ weekend’ with my old college friends. This is not something I undertake lightly... weekends are precious. Despite what hundreds of buddy movies would have you believe (think Hangover), a weekend with your old college buddies is not necessarily a roller coaster ride of hilarity, hi … Continue reading Weekends With The Guys
When I used to interview prospective job applicants, one of the questions I often used was “what is on your night table beside your bed?’. What I was looking for is whether there were multiple books that they were concurrently reading, a bunch of electronics… etc. The idea was to get a sense of whether … Continue reading What’s On Your Bedside Table?
Science is awesome... especially when it validates our vices. With wine, things keep getting better and better. First, The Mayo Clinic reveals that red wine can reduce the risk of health disease. And now the the Yale School of Medicine says that wine may help make is smarter as well. It's a little complicated but apparently wine, in order for … Continue reading Yet Another Reason to Drink Wine