Wednesday, May 30, 2012

Guest Blog: A Peak Inside My Cluttered Mind

Relieve Short-Term Stress With Digital Rage!

Ever wanted to RAGE against the world, against those unknowable forces that cause traffic jams, against that crying baby interrupting your romantic dinner, against the neighbor's dogs that never bark until it's 3AM and you have work in the morning...

Tuesday, May 29, 2012

The Times-Picayune: End of an Era

The Times-Picayune announced today that it will undergo a massive overhaul in its operations. The organization, which has printed a daily newspaper since 1837, will begin circulating print editions on Wednesdays, Fridays, and Sundays only. The bulk of the Picayune's talents will focus on and online operations, making New Orleans the largest city in the United States without a daily newspaper.

Thursday, May 24, 2012

Guest Blog: Healthy Cookie

The Cost of Healthy

I was recently checking out at Wal-Mart and couldn't help but notice the overflowing basket of the woman checking out in front of me. The basket was filled to the brim with unhealthy foods including donuts, Pop Tarts, fried chicken, cookies, and Kool-Aid. There were two young children hanging from the cart, begging to break into the cookies because they were 'starving.' It bothered me to see such terrible food options in the car for these children. According to the government, more than a third of American adults are obese, and it is projected that the number will reach 42% by 2030. 

Wednesday, May 23, 2012

Guest Blog: A Peak Inside My Cluttered Mind

It's not as clean as you thought...

There is a lot to be said for a clean house. Who could possibly say that they would prefer more bugs and germs in their personal space? By cleaning - and, for some of us, over-cleaning - we are creating toxins that we breathe in every day, creating our own personal bubble of chemical warfare that poisons our bodies.

Tuesday, May 8, 2012

Kudos to Times-Picayune's Loving Cup Award Winner

The Times-Picayune recently presented its annual Loving Cup Award to local philanthropist William "Bill" Goldring. I want to quickly extend congratulations, both to Mr. Goldring, who is a shining pillar of our community and an example for us all; and to the Times-Picayune for continuing to honor those who are helping to move this city into its bright future.

You can find out the full details by reading the original Times-Picayune article HERE.

Monday, May 7, 2012

My interview with Cristina Radio, Sirius/XM channel 146

We're happy to share this recent interview I did on a national radio program concerning a recently filed case of ours that made a splash in the local and national news. In summary, the case involved a six-year old child who was mistreated and actually put in handcuffs by the police while he was in school.