Author: Andrew Comeau

A Stealth Pilot’s Secrets of Success – TEDx

“I told (my teenage son) ‘Your life is going to be hard. It can be hard because you decided not to pay the price to become valuable and you’ll be left with none of the options or it can be hard because you paid the price and paying the...

Ocala Job Openings and Events – August 15, 2022

If you’re in Ocala, Florida or the surrounding areas and you’re looking for employment, CareerSource Citrus / Levy Marion regularly posts new job openings and events on their site. See the images below for the listings and please share with those interested. To apply for any of thse jobs,...

300 Words for Today

“Writing is easy. You only need to stare at a blank piece of paper until drops of blood form on your forehead.” Gene Fowler Installing WordPress and starting a blog is easy; keeping it going is another thing. People often think of creativity as something that just happens; a...

Planning or Settling an Estate? – Watch These Videos

I wanted to share a couple of excellent videos on estate planning and administration from Rabalais Estate Planning, LLC along with a couple pieces of advice from my own experience. Planning Your Own Estate Eight Things NOT to Put in Your Will provides some good advice on what should...

Reading – “Russians Among Us”

I was a huge fan of The Americans when it was on the FX network. It was one of those series that took me completely by surprise as I was caught up in its intrigue and 80s nostalgia with some references to events that I remembered from my own...

Learning Spanish with El Método – Udemy Course

I’ve always had an interest in other languages although, since high school, I’ve never buckled down and gotten to the point where I could communicate in them. I took a couple years each of French and Spanish and then a half year of Latin. I retained just enough of...

“How to Read Music in 30 Days” – Latest Reads

I’ve been looking at more non-computer related interests lately and came back to the idea of learning how to play the piano. It was something others in my family did when I was young but I never got around to myself. I vaguely remember getting frustrated as my mother...