80% of New Year’s resolutions fail by the second week of February. Conveniently, today marks the Chinese New Year celebration and a chance to revamp your resolutions for the year. 5 Tips to Revise and Achieve Your 2018 New Year’s Resolutions...Read More
While January is associated with resolutions, clean slates and fresh starts, it is also known for the January Blues. For those who are still experiencing a beginning of the year slump, here are a few tips to elevate your levels of enthusiasm and optimism.Read More
Today’s Musical Monday encourages us to take control of our life as we start 2018. In May of 2000, Bon Jovi dropped the bold anthem It’s My Life, the band’s first release since 1995. The Grammy nominated song struck a chord around the world...Read More
Two weeks sporting my new titanium and ceramic hip and turning another year older have shown me how strong I am. The hip replacement surgery was a huge success, meaning I slept through it...Read More
Former rock now country artist Darius Rucker has a new album with a lead single that could be a Life Coaching anthem. Darius (51) asks a provocative question that many mid-lifers are currently considering.,,Read More
Today's Musical Monday is a salute to U2’s Joshua Tree Album 30th Anniversary tour hitting the MetLife Stadium in New Jersey this week. NYC is a buzz with anticipation for the celebration of an album released in 1987. That’s staying power!
“I still haven’t found what I’m looking for”
-- U2, May 1987
The Joshua Tree Album was a major departure for the Irish band after exposure to American roots rock. U2 showcased a gospel influence in I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For, which ignited the world.
One of the beauties of this song is the way the fans have interpreted it. Born of lead singer Bono’s spiritual quest, it speaks to fans on many levels – those searching for love, religion or life’s purpose.