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Nostalgia:The Pros and Cons

It's all about the this case it's all about the emotional purge that throughout our lives I believe gets clogged up like an old water pipe sifting everyone's filth.  I know that sounds probably more blunt than I sometimes would like to write or speak but in this instance, at this very moment after days of emotional purging I believe it's okay to just SCREAM AND SHOUT AND CRY AND LAUGH AND SREAM AND SHOUT AND CRY AND LAUGH AGAIN AND AGAIN...
I feel it's healthy to let go of things that may have been attached to oneself for far too long.  I have this constant battle that I know anyone would be able to share with me in regards to that "nostalgic feeling".  I love the nostalgia of how we tie our emotions to our mental and physical state.  When that song comes on from our teen angst years that got us through our first heartache.  When that smell of the most amazing dinner your mom or dad may have made for you as a child comes through the store of …


JamesJoseph here on my iPad settled in at the common UNCOMMON GROUNDS in Saratoga Springs, NY .  This is my first official writing!  I have always found writing in the plethora of journals I own to be helpful in my expansion of feeling on opinions, and just life itself.

It's a beautiful day in November and I have just finished a session of acupuncture with the infamous Terry Keenan at One Roof in Saratoga Springs,NY.  Not only does acupuncture help with grounding, it also can be relaxing.  I know there are feelings out there on the "needle-phobia" associated with ones attempt to try acupuncture.  However, it is not at all painful or scary!  I may be somewhat accustomed to needle-work when it comes to my array of tattoos, but I must share with my readers that the needles used in acupuncture barely feel like a prick and as soon as the needle reaches the point of interest on the body for healing work it is instantly unrecognizable unless you move your body.  I would highly…


After our grand opening we received some great press from the local Chamber. Thanks so much for everyone that came out and made this day so very special. Check out the article here at