Category: Articles

“Cuffing Season” and Why the Dating Game Sucks in 2016

Fall is the time for “cuddle buddies”, finding new relationships and lovers (hence the term “cuffing season”), however dating has become more complicated and impersonal in recent years. If you have been following my articles, you will know that I have previously written about how technology affects our intimate relationships in my piece titled “Love, Lust, and Electronics: Technology vs.… Read more →

Freedom of Expression

            The media recently has been playing up Colin Kaepernick’s refusal to stand during the national anthem before a preseason football game. Many people are pissed off with him for not standing and some are showing support for his right to express his views. This is what’s great about America, the freedom to show how you feel.  Some countries you… Read more →

One Teaspoon of Aloe Daily Reverses Signs of Skin Aging

One Teaspoon of Aloe Daily Reverses Signs of Skin Aging Written By Healthy Hot Bod There is plenty of research that indicates that the unnaturally accelerated aging process associated with chemical saturated modern living and/or natural environmental exposures such as excessive ultraviolet radiation (photo-aging) can be slowed. Of the potential value in aging skin, aloe is one of the most compelling… Read more →

Hillary Clinton vs. Donald Trump: Get Out and Vote

Written by R. Jibus Follow on Twitter @Rominger007 The general election is only 3 months away and it sure looks like the tides are turning in the polls. That’s if you believe what the polls say these days, as they are not all entirely accurate. Regardless, what we have is a serious momentum change regarding the Clinton vs. Trump POTUS showdown.… Read more →

Love, Lust, and Electronics: Technology vs. Romance

You see more people with cell phones in their hands than you see people holding one another’s hand. You encounter countless posts consisting of photos of couples, captions filled with professed love, and comment sections engulfed in exclamations of how cute the two individuals are together. It can be hard to accept what is showcased online and through social media… Read more →

I Am. I Decide.

Written By SansSensibility Follow on Twitter @sanssensibility I have a friend who’s an alcoholic. She is one of the most amazing people I know. I say this in part because she has openly, and publicly admitted to being an alcoholic and also because she almost single-handedly has shattered for me what it means to be a wife, mother and friend in… Read more →

Travel Portland, Oregon

Written By SansSensibility Follow on Twitter @sanssensibility Anyone who has traveled to Portland will tell you it is a very eclectic town.  From sporting events to world class symphonies and from festivals to the great outdoors – it’s easy to see why those who live there have little reason to go anywhere else.  Here are the top 5 things to experience… Read more →