All posts tagged Jay Bildstein

Create, Why Wait? a Poem

Fistfuls of arugula, hoping to improve circulation and such. Walking and resting and walking again, a tonic for the heart they say. Day in, day out, the need to eat, at times tedious. The play of life, repeated like a Broadway show, one after another. No special matinee performances, though. Just this and that, over and over and over again.

Looking for a secret solution to every challenge, instead of looking to ourselves and our behavior. Sure, sometimes we need help. Yes, it’s true. But what about helping ourselves as well. When the water rises and you are in a swell, swim! Do not simply wait for the lifeguard. Do what you can do. We have to keep telling ourselves that. Do what you can do.

Arrival. An imaginary destination that never existed. The path, the journey, the act of travel is what it is all about. Ask Mr. Cervantes. It is about flow. Creative flux moving forward, stopping time and forgetting place. The ideal cure for entropy, atrophy and apathy. Of these I sing. Don’t wing it. Plan it. Make it happen and you will be happy for the effort.

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Five Under the Radar Teams Worth Considering in the NCAA Tournament

With only hours to the start of the NCAA Tournament, many may be focused on the top seeds which we analyzed yesterday [see here]. However, there are

Strike Up the Band, The Big Dance is on: A Look at Top NCAA Tournament Seeds

The consensus among college basketball experts is that numerous teams have a chance to be the national champion this year. With March Madness officially underway, we welcome back

On Edge on the Eve: Bubble Teams Still Waiting Out Selection Sunday Fate, We Discuss

Tomorrow evening, 68 teams will hear their name called and find out who their first round opponent will be in the 2017 NCAA Tournament. For a few teams,

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A Ray of Intellect: Writer Taylor Rae Back to Discuss Consumerism, Commoditization, Frugality and International Women’s Day

Back in January, the media covered the story of Michelle McGagh, a woman who saved a reported $27,000 over the course of one year. According to the article,

Doctors Taking Patients Food Shopping? Energetic and Insightful Neuroscientist Dr. Kristen Willeumier Back to Discuss that and More

An article on CBS LA's website titled, Some Doctors Prescribe Food Instead Of Pills To Treat Certain Patients was published recently. The piece took a look at how

Noticias desafiantes, buena actitud

Con frecuencia en la vida, nos enfrentamos con noticias que nos presentan retos. Consideremos por ejemplo ir al doctor y que nos diagnostiquen con una enfermedad que ponga

Back to the Bubble: Selection Sunday Approaches, Who’s Gonna Make It, Who’s Not?

Recently, we brought you our first installment of the NCAA Tournament bubble teams [see here]. With only 13 days to the NCAA Tournament field is announced, we

Challenging News, Good Attitude

Frequently in life, we are confronted by challenging news. Consider, for example, going to the doctor and getting diagnosed with a life threatening illness. There is no way

Top NCAA Tournament Bound Teams; Quick Insights

Last week, we provided you some analysis on bubble teams who may or may not make the NCAA Tournament. This week, our Editor in Chief and sports commentator

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