There's something about sitting and chewing gum. Your thoughts drift away along with your troubles. Well, maybe in some cases that happens. In this podcast George Elliott looks at five of the coolest things you can do with gum besides chewing it.
Sometimes it's funny the things you think about after buying 40-pounds of organic Red Russian Garlic but that's exactly what heppened to George Elliott. In this episode he explores some of the unusual facts about this garden item.
Fake news is all around us but can you tell what is real and what is not? Veteran news reporter and former newspaper publisher George Elliott gives you useful tips to help you sort through them all and figure out what is true and what is fake.
George Elliott has 40+ years experience in media and marketing. Recently he and his wife watched TV and discovered some interesting facts about advertising. In this episode Elliott looks at the changes they noticed and that not all of them are good changes.
In this podcast episode, George Elliott looks at reasons why products don't have the longevity that they used to have. There are several factors that contribute to this and he reviews a few of them. Visit his website Midlife Career Changes to learn more about one of his ebooks.
Social media is a good thing. It is also a bad thing. In this podcast episode George Elliott takes a look at a handful of mistakes people often make with social media. You may be surprized what they are. Find out more about him at Looseink Freelance Ninja.
It's that time of year again. Dandelions are appearing everywhere. However, at George Elliott's house they just let the yellow 'weeds' take over and fill their yard. Find out why that is in this interesting podcast about dandelions.
George Elliott is a self-taught macro photographer. He loves to spend time shooting photos of things we normally don't even notice. In this podcast, learn his tips on how you can take great macro photos with your camera.
George Elliott and his wife, Brenda have space in their yard to garden. Only they haven't been too serious about it until the past year. They have also found reasons why gardening is good for your health. This podcast explores that further.