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"Mid-life Crisis"?
"Section 8"?
"Concubine"?

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"Mid-life Crisis"?
"Section 8"?
"Concubine"?

Perhaps "DSM-IV"??
"Sea Zone"
"Trance Portal" (I'm also a hypnotist) - get bored easily - apparently...
"Fathom Less"
"Home Run" for my Red Sox fanatics
"Changing Winds"
"Windlass Summer" Naw - might be a jinx...

NOTHING jumps out at me - and I used to name products/companies for "The Naming Company" when I was a consultant. Hmmm - there's that jumping around thing again. I try to pass it off as experience or a Z-Path Career, but...

Magazines - I remember someone mentioned magazines...
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Seems like you have some focus issues. How about "Ritalin"?

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I subscribe to:

Blue Water Sailing
Ocean Navigator (free with SSCA membership)
Practical Sailor
DIY Boat Owner
Good Old Boat
GNSS (free print magazine for GPS nerds. I understand .05% of the articles)
Soundings
Sail
Sailing World
Sailing World
Cruising World
Yachting Monthly
Yachting World
Practical Boat Owner
Mainsheet (Catalina owners magazine)

Free Online
Spinsheet (Chesapeake Bay)
Southwinds (South Florida)
All At Sea (Caribbean)
Latitude 38
Classic Yacht

I gave up on Latitudes and Attitudes last year.
If I subscribed to this many magazines, my wife would smack me "upside the head."
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Good Old Boat
Small Craft Advisor, and
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"Speed Ball" has its drawbacks... Like maybe inviting more scrutiny from the CG and/or Harbor Patrol? Some whacko on Martha's Vineyard had a Cigarette boat named, "Nose Candy" - probably spent some time proving he had enough life jackets on board - lol...

How about, "Nature's Prozac" or "Water Hookah"?

Trouble focusing? Naw - I can focus on each and every career and endeavor I've ever jumped into - for at least a year! Luckily, one builds on the other for me. I don't see how one could spend quality time with clients with mental disorders and NOT have a sense of humor, for instance. "Do NOT suicide Mr. Jones - the paperwork would KILL ME!" "I have multiple personalities - and so do I" (now called Dissociative Identity Disorder - which is BORING).

So, I ordered more magazines and am very excited!

OH, the owner of my uncle's marina on Cape Cod - his last name was salt, so his boat was NaCl2

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Just added Cruising World to my "collection". I think that will be it for today, or I'll pass DR F!

Thanks for the great advice - and for the laughs - and for the boat name suggestions!
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Sail and Good Old Boat are my current subscriptions. If you go to Sail magazine's website, a pop-up comes up offering 12 issue subscriptions for $10. Great deal.

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Sail and Good Old Boat are my current subscriptions. If you go to Sail magazine's website, a pop-up comes up offering 12 issue subscriptions for $10. Great deal.
YES - I got the $10 price - a bargain...
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UK based Particle Boat Owner and Yachting Monthly are always worth a look.
2 months into a digital annual subscription to Sailing Today and slightly disappointed so far.
Also read Sail-World.com and Afloat on line.
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