Looking FORWARD to 2019

Reinforcing what has gone well in 2018, can assist with keeping on track even if I take a peek at the horizon, I’ll be focused on the present. For every separate blog, I try to map out its general gist, what it will likely cover, what I will talk about. In this case, the first […]

RE-POST from The Zeit

Finding alternative uses for vegetables keeps your taste buds guessing, and boosts your nutrition! Cauliflower contains sulforaphane, which acts as an antioxidant and helps detox your system utilizing enzymes. Cruciferous vegetables are believed to lower risk of cancer due to these beneficial sulforaphanes. Ricing or mashing cauliflower allows you to mold the flavors you desire […] […]

The 80s is our decade

Inbetweeners by their sure intelligence and karma and charisma are showing the Boomers and Millennials the survival and inspirational way. Out of the dark dangerous murky waters of what is before us: radicalism threat, privacy invasion, political prowess, global warming warnings.

Health matters

    Now that we hit a certain age, health matters differently to each age group: :: Teens: I only go to the doctor when my mom takes me/makes me :: 20s:  Why would I bother going to see a doctor? :: 30s:  I know I should go see a doctor but with this and that […]

#TGIF #Friday

I wrote this last night. Rarely would I think this reminiscing should appear on the more serious veneer of optioneerJM or expose a side of Jeannette Marshall, not many have seen.  It does tend to fall into our twenties. Not important, the early or late years. Your career starts to take off somehow. You spin around, just […]

54 is a jolly good age

There are plenty of noteworthy athletes, royals, authors, etc. who were born in 1961.  Mostly living, they have made their mark in our lives and how we define success. Some of the more prolific tend to be athletes, while others may not immediately come to mind when we think of notable inbetweeners.  Here are some […]