I set out to read on how to achieve my goals on shedding some pounds before next Summer.  We live in the so called Expert Era, where we can find experts on almost any subject or life matter with a few clicks here and there.  Which lead me to,  reading on how other women were doing it.  I stumbled across some blogs and articles and fell asleep reading.   My last thoughts last night before slumbering were, “I think I’m going to do what “whoever” said about beginning my weight loss plans this next Sunday!”.

This morning as I got ready to begin my day , thoughts of,

“Gee, why the heck do I need to rely on the “Who, What, Where, and When To Theory”?”

If I want to loose some pounds to look better and feel more energetic and overall healthier, not to mention that my glucose levels will thank me, all I need to do is be a sensible and responsible person and banning television (I snack as hell when I watch my “Countdown to Whatever” on Hallmark) at night.

This theory isn’t something new,  just take a moment and watch WALL-E.  All the answers they are looking for are handed to them from a screen that collects all the information they need.

With news popping on our screens constantly our brains never have an opportunity to unwind if we don’t force ourselves to disconnect at some point during the day or night.

It’s no wonder we rely heavily on finding someone who will tell us how, what, where and finally when to do something we want to achieve.  The road of no return would be if we began relying on how the Kardashians are doing things and follow their lead.   Probably that’s why branding has come to be part of our lives.


The internet as of June 2018 and with information provided by the United Nations found that 55.1 % of the world’s population has internet access.

Which makes me think that half of the world’s population is relying on the Who, What, Where and When To Theory for their day to day activities and choice making.  We get from news to the latest life hacks and everything in between delivered to the palms of our hands.

As a Who, What, Where and When Theory practitioner myself there is not a single doubt in my mind that this needs to come to an end.

I’ve already began to control social media in my life and am trying to abstain on the constant bombarding of news that I interact with each day.  It’s not that I want to live estranged from reality, but there is so much one can take.  I just want to find the balance that works for me.  There is not a single doubt in my head that my balance only works for me, everyone has to find his or her own without cyber assistance.  It’s more like a old fashion self awareness process, you know how it used to be done.  Like YOU thinking about yourself and how you choose to live your life.

The experience of our individual soul searching is far more enriching and fulfilling than any info we can stumble across searching the net’s engines.

Just give it a try.

See you around the corner, and thanks for stopping by.  Don’t forget to share your thoughts with someone you love through conversation and some coffee.