Saturday, August 29, 2009


according to

To dream that you are standing at the edge of a cliff, indicates that you have reached an increased level of understanding, new awareness, and a fresh point of view. You have reached a critical point in your life and are afraid of losing control. Alternatively, it suggests that you are pondering a life-altering decision.

To dream that you or someone falls off a cliff, suggests that you are going through some difficult times and are afraid of what is ahead for you. You fear that you may not be up for the challenge or that you cannot meet the expectations of others.

To dream that you are climbing to the top of a cliff, symbolizes your ambition and drive. The dream may parallel your desires to achieve success and be the at the top of your profession. It is analogous to climbing the corporate ladder.

Monday, August 3, 2009


We are all guilty of overusing certain words and phrases. The reason the word "fabulous" irks me so much is that it has a hidden commercial agenda of being of glamorous and trendy lifestyle. The most common implication is one being "fabulous" due to having the word "fabulous" used or having something that is suggested "fabulous" in retail.

A great example is the increased preference of cosmopolitans as it is Carry Bradshaw's "fabulous signature drink" from Sex and the City.

I personally love the word "fabulous". Having said that I think that I also appreciate the word and love it when used appropriately. Not EVERYTHING is "fabulous". Let's not make "fabulous" go down hill like "awesome".

When you hear it every other sentence from every other person it gets really old really fast. Especially when it's over emphasized: "FAaaaaaBULOUS!!!" Not only can it be annoying the meaning of the word gets lost in the constant repetition.

Love it. Don't over do it!

fab⋅u⋅lous[fab-yuh-luhs] Show IPA
1. almost impossible to believe; incredible.
2. Informal. exceptionally good or unusual; marvelous; superb: a fabulous bargain; a fabulous new house.
3. told about in fables; purely imaginary: the fabulous exploits of Hercules.
4. known about only through myths or legends.

Synonyms: astonishing, astounding, awesome, best, breathtaking, cool*, doozie, extravagant, fab, fantastic, fictitious, first-class, greatest, groovy*, immense, inconceivable, incredible, legendary, marvelous, mind-blowing*, out-of-sight, out-of-this-world, outrageous, peachy*, phenomenal, primo, prodigious, rad, remarkable, spectacular, striking, stupendous, super, superb, terrific, top drawer, tops, turn-on, unbelievable, unreal, wicked*