SUNDAY CHILL Guest Blog: How to be the KoC (King of Chill) by Sonny Mehlman, chief security officer, Seamus and Nunzio Productions, LLC

Let’s be honest, some are born with gifts, some aren’t. This piece is for those of you not quite as fortunate as I am. While these abilities come to me naturally, I believe that if you follow my advice you too can become a King of Chill. Here’s how.

Step 1: Find a place to chill. It must be comfortable, offer ample room to stretch out, and preferably be owned by someone else.
Step 2: Grab some sun if possible. Nothing is more chill than lounging in the sun, pantsless if possible.
Step 3: Ignore wannabes. Nobody can harsh the vibe of a KoC.
Step 4: Utilize a warmer if one is available. Usually, the only things this guy is useful for is serving up the grub and cleaning up after me (if you know what I mean😉), but on a chilly day, it helps if you have one trained to sit still and warm your chill spot.
Step 5: Chilling with a Fabulous Babe is always better.
Step 6: Everywhere belongs to a KoC.
Step 7: When you become a KoC like me, it is important to pass on the knowledge and ability to friends and coworkers. Spread the chill, brothers and sisters, and the world will be better for it.

About chrisryanwrites

I do my best to tell fast-paced stories with humor and heart. My fiction work is available on amazon.com. Here, I’ll write about the sources for those stories from what I read, watch, listen to, and observe to my experiences as a former award-winning journalist, high school teacher, actor, and producer.
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