Depression? Play is New Cure, Revealed from Grow Your Green Business

“The opposite of play is depression.” In an article in Green Money Journal (www.greenmoneyjournal.com), the author made this statement that I thought was powerful: “For children, if they don’t have enough regular free play time, they get depressed, points out … Continue reading

Inauguration Day 2009! Got Change… Got Hope… Got A Smile?

Smile, today is inauguration day, the 20th of January 2009, a day of change for all of us.  We are going to grow! Today the United States transitions from the Bush era with it’s journey to “the dark side” to a time of … Continue reading

Outrageous Humor Can Tickle Funny Bone.

More then forty years before yesterday’s post, “What’s So Funny About That”, Mel Brooks’ 1968 original movie of “The Producers” rocked the boat of humor conventions.  In fact we might never have seen it except for a weird twist of … Continue reading

What’s So Funny About That?

Laughing with you or laughing at you?  Check this out and… … were you laughing?  Were you outraged?  What’s so funny about that? If you’re asking you probably didn’t get it and that’s okay.  But this made me laugh, I’ll … Continue reading

Taking Life Too Seriously? Try More Laughter Today with Tips from Laughter Coach, Dr Annette Goodheart

We take life way too seriously, if the following quote from laughter coach Annette Goodheart is true.  So why not try more laughter now by taking her advice? “The average 5 year old in the U.S. laughs 400 times per day. … Continue reading

Hung Up On The “Why Me” Question? You Are Not Alone.

Do you find yourself wrestling with the age old question of “why me?” Pacing your room? Floundering in the existential quagmire of who? what? where? when? and why? Well, you know what? It could be worse. You could, like this … Continue reading

Reduce Cancer Pain & Fatigue? Research Says Try a Dose of Optimism

Cancer is a feared disease that can cause serious pain and fatigue in many people. A recent US research project on reducing pain and fatigue in cancer patients has revealed that a bright outlook truly does have a tangible benefit. … Continue reading