August, 2016

What I Learned Rowing In A Brutal 4-Day Regatta

Monday, August 29th, 2016

  A few days ago I finished competing in the USRowing Masters National Championships on a lake outside of Boston in the sizzling August heat as my wife and twin 10-year old daughters were there to support me.  My prior rowing career could have never prepared me for what I just experienced.  I raced in […]

What to know about Astigmatism

Wednesday, August 10th, 2016

Astigmatism, otherwise known as a refractive error that effects how the eye focuses light, can often be misunderstood. Everyone is affected by this condition differently, some needing refractive surgery and others needing contacts or glasses. If you are experiencing squinting, headaches and eye strain you are experiencing common symptoms. A normal shaped cornea can be […]

Happiness is Being Married To My Bestfriend

Monday, August 8th, 2016

Research studies suggest couples feel more satisfied with their relationship when jointly participating in activities together. From walks on the beach as the sun sets, to a romantic candle lit dinner overlooking the ocean, the cliché everlasting list of things couples do together continues. My wife Selina and I have been married for 23 years […]