Archive: December 2011

Once again it’s Friday, and time for another list of links from around the web. You can see the previous link lists here and here. Learn new skills by dreaming Illusion: perception versus reality World’s oldest yoga teacher Mindfulness offers relief for those with rheumatoid arthritis Natural remedies to use during cold & flu season […]

Now that the season to be jolly is history we’re in the season to seriously look back at what we’ve accomplished in 2011. And, to look forward to what we’ll pretend we want to accomplish in the coming year. Except, not me. When it comes time to make New Year’s Resolutions, I’m a no-show. Looking […]

The darkest days are over, and the days are getting longer, won’t be long we’ll be putting in the garden. For now, I’m taking a day or two off to rest up for the coming year. See you on Thursday. TweetFacebookLinkedInTumblrStumbleDiggDelicious

It’s Friday, and that means it’s time for another link list! Each week I’m bringing you a list of news and stories that you may have missed, as well as sites I find interesting. If you like what you see here, be sure to follow/friend twobitguru on twitter, facebook, and tumblr because throughout the week […]

Here it is, heavy upon us again, the season of giving and getting. It has come too fast, as it does every year, even though every year we seem to start a little bit earlier. The joy of the season is heavily dependent on retail sales, for without sufficient household spending the economy may suffer […]

Attention! I’ve had an epiphany! This epiphany of mine doesn’t cover the whole universe nor have I discovered where the God particle is hiding. It does cover the purpose of life on earth but possibly not everyone’s life and possibly only my own life. I had begun to wonder if I was ever going to […]

I’m always looking for new ways to help readers find information related to the topics covered on the blog, so I’m adding a new feature! Each Friday, a new list of noteworthy links will be posted. I hope to include everything from current events to items that slipped through the cracks to sites and stories […]

Whether you believe that time is money or time is the 4th dimension, you’d probably agree that there isn’t enough of it. As I mentioned in a previous post, the holiday season is characterized by there being about 10 times less time than there is in our “normal” frenzied time-scarce lives. No wonder people get […]

  We often speak of our life’s path as though it runs in a straight line, or possibly that it’s more like a meandering lane. Looking back I have come to realize that my path hasn’t been, and isn’t now, an easy target to define. When I drank beer, wine, and Scotch whiskey in my […]

[Attention Christians: Lest you be offended by my use of the word X-mas, permit yourselves to be educated about it here, and here, and here. However, I am using “X-mas” in the spirit that it is something different from the celebration of Christmas, the spirit that many Christians do find offensive. Essentially, I’m agreeing with […]