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Oku Releases Debut Album

I’m thrilled to share that my son, Alex Katsaropoulos, has just released his debut album – Oku!! The genre is best described as Alternative Rock similar in some ways to Radiohead and Bon Iver. Check out the music and download your free copy of the album at Okuartist. Here’s an excerpt from the Oku website:… Continue reading Oku Releases Debut Album

444 and Other Messages from the Universe

Do you see number sequences repeated over and over again? Find feathers or pennies on the sidewalk? Are visited repeatedly by cardinals, hummingbirds, dragonflies or butterflies? Hear a song on the radio that eerily relates to something you were just thinking about? Do street lights blink off or on when you walk under them? I… Continue reading 444 and Other Messages from the Universe

Choose Your Big Rocks

Choose Your Big Rocks First Do you ever waste time doing unimportant things and find there’s no time left for what you really want to accomplish? Remember the analogy we learned in that class about setting our priorities and managing our time? It pays to revisit it. Put your big rocks in your container first… Continue reading Choose Your Big Rocks

I Love Fiction!

I am a fanatical reader. You know how it is if you’re one too. I can’t go into a bookstore, library or even a drugstore, without wanting to buy more books! While I read a little of everything, fiction is my true love.   Seen in a London bookstore! There are stacks of books on… Continue reading I Love Fiction!