This is what my brain comes up with after 6 hours of sleep in the past 5 days. Don’t mind the rhyme, lack of rhyme, or lack of anything that would remotely makes sense.
It's nice to think that we think the best of ourselves. But most of us live our lives with a set of limiting beliefs. Those personal myths about who we are and what we are capable of achieving. Often these limiting beliefs keep us from realizing our best selves. In this episode we discuss the most common limiting beliefs and how to overcome them.
There are a lot of indicators that something is or isn’t working for an artist. It is a hard journey and there are really, in my opinion, three things you need to survive it. I like to call them my three Ps of writing.
Conspiracy Theories have been around as long as there have been organized leadership. Today, social media has allowed many theories of nefarious government cover-ups and deception to thrive. And although we may believe some of the theories to be crazy, the fact is that a few conspiracies of the past have turned out to be true. So join us in this week’s episode as we explore today’s top conspiracy theories.
There are plenty of methods to reduce stress but none as enjoyable as horror. Sound crazy? There is real brain science behind the stress relieving benefits of horror movies and books.
In this episode, us long-term dieters at Wit Without Wisdom take a look at the diet world. We explore some the big favorites, some old ones that have fallen out of favor, and some of the craziest diets you’ll ever hear of.
Once again, the Internet provides an opportunity for you to feel better about yourself. Enjoy the "creative" use of these . . . words . . . Uh—spellings? ;)
Compatibility and chemistry are the most important components in a relationship. But can we have one and not the other? And is there a difference in how men and women view the importance of each?
Horror movies have risen from the grave and seen an incredible revitalization. Not only are there more horror films in production and more audiences watching, but the stories themselves are being treated with the care and respect deserved. In this resurgence of big-screen horror films and streaming originals, the once-scorned genre is producing some to the best stories of all the styles.
Each person gives and receives love through one of five love languages according to Dr Gary Chapman. In this episode of Wit Without Wisdom, we explore these love languages and weigh in on the value of better communication.
Online dating seems an excellent method to extend your partner possibilities, meet new and exciting matches, and put to work the comparison skills you’ve fine-tuned on Amazon.
If you’re like me, you find that wanting to write and actually writing isn’t quite the same. There’s no shortage of ideas, there’s no lack of love or passion, heck, there’s even enough time to write if you truly want it. And yet, the excuses overflow so much that when you finally finish a manuscript, you’re in awe of yourself.
Valentine’s Day is a lot like Hogwarts’s Room of Requirements. “If you have to ask, you’ll never know. If you know, you need only ask.” No idea what that actually means but it seemed fitting for an episode that traverses the confusing requirement of romance’s special day.
What is healthy and good for you? With the tide of new studies, each over turning the last it is almost impossible to tell the right things to do. Maybe the answer is something my 105-year-old grandmother said long ago?
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