Perhaps the story is fiction; but perhaps not. Listen and decide for yourself.
In this episode, the podcasting team has tips for managing your to-do list along with some thoughts about drunks vs. depression.
The podcasting team has more thoughts about personal style and hope you, after some serious thought, take personal responsibility. In the second point, you may want to substitute video games and Youtube.
The podcasting team has three quick tips for you ranging from butterflies to sex. Please enjoy.
More virtue is likely easy to get but more vanity?
As the title suggests, the topics are varied. The podcasting team shifts here and there when they get together.
Come celebrate with me.
Are you being seduced by what you are watching on TV?
Being nice is usually a good approach to most everyone. Even more important is being nice to you. Listen and see if you agree. I’ll bet you do.
Do you remember way back before social distancing was a thing? Just to prompt your recall, join me on a little trip down memory lane. It’s good not to forget since one day we might actually return to those days when we did not give any thought to hanging out and crowding close to each other.
The Audio Tidbits band is practicing, but the gang is not all together. It’s that social distancing thing. You’ll hear how that works out for the band and maybe pick up a little life principle that is worth a think or so. Listen and see what you think about everyone working from home on a long-term basis.
This is an episode that includes 2 tidbits for me, 2 for you and 1 just for fun. It also works if you just want to take your mind off more serious things. I also work in a little astrology.
Does 20 seconds ring any bells for you? Had I asked you that just a few weeks ago, you likely wouldn’t have had a clue. These days though, most everyone knows about 20 seconds. Think washing your hands while social distancing and sheltering in place.
I certainly have no advice about how to wash your hands, when to wash or how often. I’m just helping with that 20 seconds thing. It’s not very long but seems like a long time to wash my hands. I’m just washing away, wondering if the 20 seconds are up yet. …
The only way to get the tip is to listen. Press play and then be sure to follow the advice.
Current times make it particularly important to remember that pessimism is counterproductive. When we think that things are out of control and that there is nothing we can do, we should stop and consider the simple point: pessimism is counterproductive. There are things we can and should do.