Frank Lloyd Wright was America’s architect. Wright designed over 1,000 buildings. More than half were completed during his lifetime. He once famously said: I know the price of success: ...

Scramble, according to Merriam-Webster, means either to move urgently (in a panicked state) or to struggle eagerly (and often unceremoniously) to reach a desired end. We often think of people ...

A post on a popular social media site gave this advice for being successful: Never give 100% on the job. Only give 50%, then if you push it to 75% one day, you’ll get cheers, and 25% will be ...

Pick up a magazine. Any magazine, one filled with hot rods, or wedding dresses, or even photo spreads of exotic destinations. Turn the pages and see what catches your eye. If we’re a gear ...

Department stores face a special challenge. How do they entice people through the doors? Sales ads, certainly. That works for people who see them. Yet, it’s the person walking down the street ...

For some children, their first softball game is frightening. A big ball flying through the air, coming straight at them . . . what if they can’t dodge the impending impact? How ...

Cake is a sweet lover’s treat. Store-bought, homemade, or from a packaged mix, we enjoy every bite. There’s only one way to make it better: Have it prepared by someone who loves us. Grandma, ...

Picture a professional basketball player. That’s easy. It’s someone who towers over us. Long arms and long legs are a must. How about a jockey? Small stature and slender build are important. ...

What does it mean to dream small? Josh Wilson’s 2018 lyrics to his song Dream Small tell us it’s the simple moments that change the world. Essentially, we can’t dream big until we’ve ...

Life is like a game of golf. Sometimes our ball sails directly into the little hole, and other times we find ourselves way off course. We stand on the tee, pull out a driver, and we whack our job ...

Diamonds aren’t pretty when they’re dug from the ground. They’re often dirty, misshapen rocks that hardly look like anything at all. They resemble a chunk of poorly formed glass more than ...

Life is a piñata bonanza. It’s filled with good things, and they’re hanging in full view just out of our reach. We can taste the sweetness of all that’s inside. Then we’re blindfolded, ...

Supermarkets are a veritable smorgasbord of delights. Anytime of the year we can select almost anything from around the world. Pineapples in winter, bananas flown in daily, and fresh produce ...

Frank Lloyd Wright was America’s architect. Wright designed over 1,000 buildings. More than half were completed during his lifetime. He once famously said: I know the price of success: ...

Scramble, according to Merriam-Webster, means either to move urgently (in a panicked state) or to struggle eagerly (and often unceremoniously) to reach a desired end. We often think of people ...

A post on a popular social media site gave this advice for being successful: Never give 100% on the job. Only give 50%, then if you push it to 75% one day, you’ll get cheers, and 25% will be ...

Pick up a magazine. Any magazine, one filled with hot rods, or wedding dresses, or even photo spreads of exotic destinations. Turn the pages and see what catches your eye. If we’re a gear ...

Department stores face a special challenge. How do they entice people through the doors? Sales ads, certainly. That works for people who see them. Yet, it’s the person walking down the street ...

For some children, their first softball game is frightening. A big ball flying through the air, coming straight at them . . . what if they can’t dodge the impending impact? How ...

Cake is a sweet lover’s treat. Store-bought, homemade, or from a packaged mix, we enjoy every bite. There’s only one way to make it better: Have it prepared by someone who loves us. Grandma, ...
Load More