Saturday, October 29, 2016

Holiday Tradition

The holidays are just around the corner. It's the best time of the year for sure. But the holidays can go by really quickly. I mean, it's going to be Halloween on Monday already! Pretty soon Thanksgiving will be here and we'll all be eating Turkey with our families. Then just like that we'll be opening up presents on Christmas and ringing in 2017 on New Year's.

Some families have holiday traditions. I want to start a holiday tradition where we help out the less fortunate. Everyday is a struggle for each one of us but at least we have food on our tables and a roof over our heads. There are just way too many people on the streets hungry and freezing. We shouldn't let this go on. Not on our watch.

With the power of the internet we can achieve so much in so little time. We can use this power to help others. We don't even have to spend our own money. Did you know that there are free donation sites out there right now that you can visit everyday and donate for free? There are two main free click to donate sites that I visit on a daily basis. And they are and All it takes is 30 seconds of your time. Imagine how much impact we could achieve if everyone did this?

Also consider shopping on for your holiday shopping needs! You can pick a charity of your choice. I picked St. Jude Children's Research Hospital and every time I need to buy something I shop on Remember to support a charity, you must always shop at Why not take 5 seconds right now to click on the link and bookmark it?

Thank you very much for reading and I hope you and your loved ones have a healthy and happy holiday season! Please remember to spread the word about these wonderful sites.

Monday, December 7, 2015

Fashionably Late

I'm a guy that likes to look and feel good but I've never been the type of guy that someone would label fashionable. I've rarely worn fashionable items but when I do it's always a belt buckle or a money clip instead of something like a cuff link. That's about to change pronto because I've realized that I'm in my 30s and to get the kind of respect that a grown man deserves from society he needs to be able to dress well.

I am fully aware of all the men's magazines out there like GQ, Playboy, and Maxim that teach men how to dress. I used to read them until I found out how ridiculously expensive it is to look good. My mother always advises me to buy a few but expensive clothes that's made to last. Thanks to her I own a couple of really expensive suits to wear to work. I really need to get wearing them more often. I also own a pair of nice dress shoes. Though I've been kind of wearing one of them out.

Anyways, I'm not going to go through my entire wardrobe with you because frankly I don't have anything fancy except a pair of True Religion  designer jeans which I love. As soon as I wear my favorite True Religion jeans, which costs around $200, I feel like a rock star. And that's the feeling I want to have. I don't like to wear expensive stuff because it's expensive though.

And unlike my dad, I don't normally wear flashy clothes. My dad's the type that wears all white - he wears white jeans, a white shirt, and a white fedora hat with dark sunglasses. Judging from my parents you would wonder how I turned out to be just a t-shirt and jeans guy. And to that I'd say it was only a matter of time.

It's time to be fashionable.

Sunday, October 18, 2015

Start of the Season: Rangers Edition

The Rangers are 3-2 in their first 5 games.

The Rangers played on the road against the Stanley Cup Champion Blackhawks in their season opener and came away with a great win.

Then they went to Columbus to start their home and home series against the Blue Jackets and beat them there 4-2.  Then the Rangers travelled home to New York for their season opener and defeated the Blue Jackets again 5-2. The Rangers were 3-0 and the sensational rookie from Sweden, Oscar Lindberg, had scored in all three games to start the season.

Then came the consecutive losses.

The Rangers outplayed the Jets for most of the game.  Winnipeg was very effective in their scoring chances behind their goalie Hutchinson's 41 saves. The Rangers attacked the net all night but Hutchinson deflected every shot but 1. The final score was 4-1.

In Montreal, the Rangers were shutout 3-0 against the 4-0 Canadiens (6-0 as of this post). Henrik Lundqvist made it close with his goaltending abilities but in the end the Rangers just could not score.

Will this scoring draught continue today against New Jersey?