Are you trying to push on through to the other side?

Are You Over 50?

What does pushing on through to the other side mean to you? For some it is getting to a place where they don’t feel or look old. Of course this is not achievable and those getting plastic surgery always look like they’ve had work done, but it’s a nice idea and goal. “Over 50 USA” takes a look at issues like these in their latest post.

NYC Workshops Article

And nothing makes you feel older than the hills than does someone asking you something along the lines of “What was TV like?” If you remember TV or even if you don’t You might find this latest edition of NYC Workshops interesting.

Finger on the Pulse

And then there’s that reality of staying on top of things technically that is actually a myth. Old people (I am one) simply don’t have their finger on the pulse in quite the same way as the young do. Or do they? has a post about this.



People in New York are starting to venture out, but for those suffering from depression, being outdoors does little for a mood change.


Media Administrators all across the city are depressed. Not necessarily because they suffer from depression, which in some cases might be true, but having your livelihood shut off, it’s enough to make anyone sad. Interesting news at the Media Administration website is that a crew has been formed and members are filming a short film.

Movie Process

The film ironically is about being under the grips of bad mental health. Their approach is much like a reality show where the characters in the story are filmed during their day, supposedly with no input from the crew. That is their movie process. I’ll be interested in what they come up with.

Manhattan Coronavirus

Meanwhile, another “reality” project is being done by a family that are tracking their lives in blog entries. It’s mostly the dad writing and it’s call Manhattan Coronavirus.


Walks down memory lane.

A New Income Stream?

The thing that all of the 3 blog posts of today have in common, is that they are all of the bloggers’ walks down memory lane. Or, if you prefer to have the photo match the written content: walks down memory roads.

Love or Fear?

Regardless of what you call it, exploring things in your past is what Market Your Journey is all about. The idea is to hit the spot where your own personal story is itself an income stream. That’s not exactly what the Market Your Journey blog entry is all about, it’s more about what’s best to motivate you: love over fear.

Being Safe

And speaking of your journey, the Blogger Squad at Manhattan Coronavirus have hit the 77th consecutive day of being in lockdown. The blogger and his family realized earlier on than the official lockdown that they needed to take themselves out of circulation to be safe.

It’s All About the Story!

And carrying on the theme of personal stories, Marketer Magician’s tale is laid out and shows how he came up with his mentalism niche. It’s all about the story!


Searching for the Answer

Are You the Real You?

It’s not fun not having a clear direction. Especially if you yearn for a lucid path to take. There are a lot of doorways to enlightenment being offered, everything from religions to business marketing systems. And we’re not here to say that none of these work. They may ring true and be productive for certain members of the public but are they for you? Who are you? Do you ever wonder this? Are you the real you? Manhattan Magician has lately been asking such questions.

Always Keep Learning

But this search for reality and being grounded can be a dangerous one. You can think you’ve found what you’re looking for only to discover it’s not true. If you have kids, the most important thing you can do is to raise them to the best of your ability and keep them out of harm’s way. During this time of crisis we’ve thought that children and young people are safe from the virus. According to Manhattan Kids Guide and their message from the DOE, this may not be true.

Getting Where You Want to Go

And at the opposite end of the spectrum in terms of age, are our seniors. They are said to be the most vulnerable. Older individuals in the big cities such as New York are having a challenging time. Many have died. Were the right guidelines being followed? If we were to take a look at the blog Manhattan Coronavirus, we’d discover that it’s possible that in our desire for truth we may not always get where we want to go.