What are you driving?

Do you remember your first car? Was it a corvette? A Ferrari? A BMW or Mercedes? If you're like me, it probably wasn't. Most likely your first vehicle was a wood paneled station wagon that used to belong to your parents, or maybe it was a car you purchased after you got your first paycheck? I remember very vividly the first car I bought, actually it was a truck, it was a red Nissan Truck. Her name was "Ginger" and she was a good looking piece of Japanese ingenuity, conceived in 1980, I bought that little truck my second year in college, which made her roughly 16 years old. Despite the naysayers, I easily managed to ignore the comments from my friends, such as "You know your truck's missing a

Why You Should Hire a Professional Wedding Officiant and Not Your Friend

I know no one reading this blog post has ever thought of asking their friend to marry them right? But just in case you are trying to cut corners in this area, let me share with you a few reasons why that's not such a great idea. SCENARIO: Your'e trying to save money and you want to DIY as much as you can - I get that. You have a ton of people to feed at the reception, the venue is costing you $10K, you still need to hire a photographer, DJ, photo booth, order the cake, flowers, pay for hair and makeup for you and your fifteen bridesmaids and you wanted to be even more generous and pay for your bridesmaids dresses, jewelry and shoes. I understand. Somehow you ended up $11K over budget and you

What do I do with my hands?

I'm not sure why this question keeps coming up during wedding rehearsals, but I'm here to answer it once and for all.....Hold your spouse's hands during the wedding. Here's my rationale: There's an old quote, from an unknown author that states, "Holding hands is a promise to one another that, for just a moment, the two of you don't have to face the world alone." Studies have shown that holding hands decreases the level of the stress hormone cortisol, and the fact that the skin is the largest organ of the body, it should come to no surprise that touching it will yield some collateral benefit. Next time you go out to eat, pay attention on whether or not your server gently touches you. In a

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