If you have seen the heartwarming and heartbreaking animated movie “Up” from 2009, you must remember that Carl and Elie dreamed of living next to the Paradise falls in South America (It’s like America but south). The Paradise Falls was actually inspired by the real-life Angel Falls in Venezuela, which is even more marvelous than in the movie.
In this day and age, being organized is just as crucial as being creative or hardworking. This doesn’t just include having a clean and streamlined workspace – because there is no such thing as creative chaos – it’s also about knowing which tasks you have lined up and which ones you should tackle next. Good organization is especially vital if you are an entrepreneur or freelancer, if you need to juggle two or more jobs, and last but not least, if you need to make sense of the vast collection of data at your disposal.
I’ve got to admit it: when my dad took me on my first hunting trip at 13, I pretty much hated it. But life has a funny way of making you change your mind, and since then, I’ve become quite an enthusiast. This time around, I’m doing it my way: I use a bow instead of a rifle, and I tend to avoid late summer and fall.
This is a man’s world, sang James Brown more than half a decade ago.
Remember how you used to think as a teenager, “Oh, I’ll never say that to my child," or, “I’ll definitely do that differently,” immensely looking forward to being the adult. I can vividly see myself at the kitchen table, my mother practically force-feeding me broccoli. I vowed never to feed my kids that odious green vegetable. Needless to say, I made broccoli soup just the other night.
A parent-child relationship is one of the most evolving and versatile relationships we, as humans, are ever going to have.