10 Things I’d Never Want to Review

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It looked like a run-of-the-mill spam comment until I saw who it was from. Curiosity got the best of me and I just had to look. Is there really a website with colon cleansing reviews? Seriously? Sure enough, it exists. Luckily the site is more of an overview of the pros and cons of each product than a “Dear Diary, 2 Day TurboClean Ultra was definitely a more aggressive product than I bargained for and I’ll probably never be allowed in a Chuck E. Cheese pizza again” type of site.

Read the 10 things I’d never want to review here

Have You Kissed Yourself Today?

I was sitting in church yesterday and out of the corner of my eye I noticed a little baby — maybe 9 0r 10 months old — repeatedly slamming his head against a book. It seemed a little out of the ordinary so I looked a little closer. Sure enough he sat on the floor drooling excessively and banging his head against the same page in his board book over and over again.

The parents are doing a beautiful job of raising either a pro wrestler or a reality TV star. They should be proud.

It’s weird how fascinating the whole thing was for me. The little baby never once turned the page and the dad sitting next to me didn’t seem to think it was strange at all.

Read more about the headbutting baby here

Are Your Kids Predisposed to Drug Abuse?

As parents we have this tendency to worry about a lot of things:

  1. Will my kids make it into a good college?
  2. Will they feel confident about the way they look?
  3. Will they have friends?
  4. Will they experiment with drugs?
  5. Will they grow up to be a cat person?

You know, all the usual stuff. The fact is that we want our kids to be successful and to be happy. We want them to live life to its full potential and become amazing contributors to our society. The problem is that sometimes we miss warning signs when it comes to potential danger. I’ve talked to a number of parents who feel dumb or defeated because “all the signs were there.” “How did I not see this coming?”

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Optimizing Feedburner to Help Increase Your Reach

I just set up a feedburner feed for this blog that people can use to subscribe to updates: http://feeds.feedburner.com/ryandsullivan. A lot of people use Feedburner, but not everybody takes full advantage of the features it offers. I created this short video tutorial for optimizing feedburner showing you things like

  1. How to change when your feedburner emails are delivered.
  2. How to change the subject line of your feedburner emails.
  3. How to link a Twitter account to Feedburner.

And more. If any of that interests you go ahead and watch the video. If it doesn’t interest you, have a great day anyway!

If you have no idea what Feedburner is or what it does, your secret is safe with me. You can read all about it here. Or if you have any questions feel free to leave them in the comments!

The Massage That Nearly Ended My Life

 

Jac got me a full body massage for Christmas this year. I love to get massages and I’ve been a bit stressed out lately so it was the perfect gift! Little did I know she was actually trying to kill me.

I walked into the Marc Anthony Salon and Day Spa (I don’t think it’s this Marc Anthony) last Friday and met my massage therapist. From the beginning I knew it might be bad news. She was at least 5 feet tall, every ounce of 120 pounds, and was dressed head to toe in black. An obvious natural-born killer.

Read more about the massage that nearly ended in my demise