Liposuction – my Christmas gift to me

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Forever Comfy Review: A Goopy Not-So-Comfy Mess!

forevercomfy

As a freelance writer, I spend an average of 12 to 16 hours per day working, which means I spend a long portion of my day sitting down. After about eight hours of sitting, even the most comfortable chair starts to feel like a brick! So when I saw the Forever Comfy cushion advertised on TV, I was totally sold!

So when I saw it at Wal-Mart, I scooped it up! I purchased my Forever Comfy cushion for $19.99 — and it turns out that I spent $19.99 too much! Continue reading “Forever Comfy Review: A Goopy Not-So-Comfy Mess!” »

Adirondacks Review – My version of paradise

Adirondacks Review

I grew up in a family of world travelers. In fact, I took my first steps in the Denver airport! My family had a fair amount of money, but rather than buying expensive cars and other luxuries, my parents spent their money on travel and it’s a gift that’s enriched me as a person in so many ways.

My parents sought to see as much of the world as possible, so unlike many families, who would vacation in the same location year after year, my family was different. We saw the world and we rarely ever visited the same location twice. My family had a very unique vacationing approach. When it came to travel, we weren’t your lazy, relaxing, laid-back family; we were the family with a five-page-long itinerary, with each day planned out to the minute so as to see as many sights as possible! And while it was wonderful exploring new places, these were the sort of fast-paced travel experiences that left you in need of a second vacation in order to relax and unwind! Continue reading “Adirondacks Review – My version of paradise” »

Make it count

Life is either daring adventure or nothing at all.

Well, what a way to start off an impromptu video. I discovered this video from Nike called ‘Make it count’. In this brief review I want to say that I found this extremely inspirational.

I guess this video really hits home and in a sense makes me realise how short life is.

There are those that will spend 40 years paying off their home and trying to replicate society’s idea of what ‘life’ should be. And then there are those that want to make every second of life count and fill it with adventure and experiences.

I want to be the latter.

Exploring other cultures and travel for the rest of my life would be a dream come true.

For now, enjoy the vid.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WxfZkMm3wcg