In case you missed a post or two this month, here’s a quick recap of what I wrote about during the month of June:
Questions I Asked –
When Was The T-Shirt Invented? – This Wonder Why Wednesday all started when my brother asked why he never sees a picture of Ulysses S. Grant in short sleeves.
Where Did The Phrase “Head Honcho” Come From? – Most people think the phrase has Spanish origins, but most people would be wrong.
What Are The Origins of the Phrase “The Pot Calling the Kettle Black”? – Pots and kettles look very different today.
Things We Learned –
I have a new goal – It may be the toughest goal I have ever made.
What Taylor Swift And Rascal Flatts Can Teach Us About Sharing – I know nothing about music, but I found this story very interesting.
How To Let Your Ideas Escape – The advice seems odd, but it might just work.
Why We Should Look For An Old Green Coat – A fun story of a woman named Elizabeth and her creative son, Jim.
Another Great Thing About Sarcasm – In case you can’t tell, I am a big fan.
What NBA Finals Stars Resemble Disney Movie Characters – A fun post I wrote for BrickhousePodcast.com.
Why We Should Throw Our Backpack – Just thinking about doing this scares me.
Donuts may not be good for us – No, I am not talking about those donuts.
Why I shouldn’t write about carpet cleaners and lawyers – Part II of my donut story.
Fun With Numbers –
5 Things We Can Learn From Disney Dad’s – I start off the post by insulting my dad (on Father’s Day).
7 Things Not To Do When Writing A Book – If you do any of these, you definitely will not sell many books. Especially #4.
7 Mistakes We Make to Be Successful & What We Should Do Instead – A great post by author Emma Seppala.