With growing older, there’s a lot of mixed feelings. On the one hand, it’s cool to grow wiser and be able to reflect on more of your life. On the other, in a nutshell, it’s goodbye to more of your youth and hello to old age, “adulthood” and more health problems.
It’s no secret that technology and sex go hand in hand.
The Supreme Court Justices announced on Friday, Jan. 16 that they are going to step into the gay marriage debate, bringing a final say to the issue once and for all.
There’s nothing original about writing a reflective column on 2014. I’m sure by now you’ve read your fair share of them on your Facebook news feeds and witty one-liners about the year on Twitter. Still, I wanted to take the time to look back on 2014 and step into 2015 standing tall if you’ll hear me out.
Marijuana, whether medical or recreational in the states, appears to be picking up momentum as a reality in the U.S. Possibly within the next decade.
So, who did you vote against?
By far one of the biggest ongoing lessons I’ve had to learn by experience as I continue to keep aging away from youth is one thing: money management.
So earlier last week, U2 released their newest album, “Songs of Innocence,” to every iTunes user for free. Yes, if you haven’t checked your “purchased” tab on iTunes you’ll find their album waiting to be downloaded.
It must suck to be a woman sometimes.
On Saturday, I got to watch two of my high school friends profess their love and commit to each other at their beautiful wedding in Rogers.