Our modus operandi is seldom ever “airplane.” It’s far too restricting. But, the holiday season is upon and with that comes travel. For some, the airport is a hotbed of excitement to lands afar yet possible. For others, the experience is as a banal dread. Regardless, flying is the means to long distance ends and
Presenting: EDITIONALS Pretty Wild “Editionals” will be a newsletter of fresh content delivered direct to your mailbox, and at http://Pretty-Wild.com. Each Editional will carry a motif, yet will offer mixed nuts on the theme. We will try to instill a mindset, spark a conversation, and share our Pretty Wild opinions. Laugh, cry, and think with me.
You’re a self-prescriber. A certified Googler with the chops to diagnose and then medicate, degree non necessary. A red rash? Seasonal allergen. Excess sweating? High cholesterol. People like us? We save our deductibles and skip the waiting room…WebMD is cheaper, faster, and available. Right?
I love cliches, but not as much as I love to debunk them. Is there such a thing as too much of a good thing? We’re being told that it’s certainly possible, but, to that stance I say phooey. All the “good” I have met in my life – the intrinsic goods like love, friendship, purpose,
Doing nothing is harder than doing almost anything else.
It’s Pretty Wild that I’m watching other people play a video game, more than I’m logging on to bag noobs myself. Now, considering the basement brawls waged over Player 1 honors in Mario Kart were hardly a decade ago, what’s very wild, is that, today, it’s actually normal to “game” without a controller in hand
I met Jordan Gross, a debut author, at a quaint coffee shop near my office. Jordan is truly an insparition – he left his corporate job and the social pressures to chase his dream. His new book, Getting COMFY: A Morning Guide to Daily Happiness, is making a serious splash on Amazon and is quickly
It’s been asked. Can Shaquem Griffin answer? The NFL Combine is well underway, and the cream of the college crop are being put to the pro-level litmus test. The annual Indianapolis-based skills showcase is the born-talent barometer that coaches and scouts use to gauge a players potential success he’ll find at the raised ante that
To the dismay of the at-the-time girlfriend, in high school, I was in the running for Biggest Flirt of the graduating class. My gift of gab granted me the “honor,” while some of my peer’s acumen, leadership ability, sporting prowess, and general congeniality earned them other best-in-class accolades known as superlatives. It was an eclectic