So, it’s officially 2014, and the new year has begun. I haven’t written in a while, but that’s only because I’ve been so busy with my book and more. Now, I finally have time to author a blog post here at The Huffington Post, and as cliché as it sounds, I decided it would be one of those “year in review” articles that everyone seems to enjoy. As I perused the web, though, I realized that almost every topic has been covered so far, from the Top Moments from Rappers Performing at Bar Mitzvah Parties to the Top 10 Miley Moments of 2013.
So, here we are in 2014. Normally, I would write some piece on New Year’s Resolutions and what I plan to do in the coming twelve months. Somehow, these oft-forgotten assurances always seem to contain some derivative of a promise to lose weight and be healthier, a pledge to finish work that has been languishing on the back burner for eons, and a banal trio of pointless wishes for events that will never come to pass. It’s a yearly ritual, though, and, just like everyone else, I always participate. Well, it’s time to revolt, people! No more shall New Year’s Resolutions enslave us and heap shame and guilt on top of our weary heads for weeks until we either forget them completely or move on to the next pointless crisis.
I’m sorry it took so long to post, but I finally posted the radio interview I did on 1230 AM WFAS Westchester. I was a guest on the Lisa Wexler Show, an award-winning radio program that has been mentioned in many prominent news stories. The show’s topic was chronic pain and the people who deal with it, and I was fortunate enough to receive a few minutes to tell the world about my plight (and my book.) If you missed it, feel free to grab it here!
The Garden City Patch, the local website for de-facto up to the minute news in my area, has deigned to honor me with a post about the release of So Young – A Life Lived With Rheumatoid Arthritis. Now that The Holidays are over, we can ramp up the publicity campaign, so expect to see me in a lot more places over the coming year or so. You never know where I might pop up, so keep an eye out, and, as always, thanks to all of my supporters and readers, for, as Sully says, “I wouldn’t have nothin’ if I didn’t have you.”