Time flies by. One minute you’re going through the motions and the next you wake up 10 years older and without much to show for it. While we can’t slow time down, we can create the feel of slowing time by adding variety and imprinting more value in the moments we have in our timeContinue reading “Break Up with Monotony, Slow Down Time & Start Living”
I came across a story about a magpie recently that I found interesting and thought I’d share as part of a bigger lesson. I will do my best to retell it in full (with some creative freedoms added in), but if you want to read or listen to it for yourself, head here. There onceContinue reading “Are You Letting Shiny Object Syndrome Ruin Your Progress?”
I remember the day I truly fell in love with and created an everlasting love with reading. I was in the airport at 9 years old, getting ready to take off on a flight with no parents, just my younger brother and I, to visit our grandparents in Alabama. I needed something to read, butContinue reading “The Importance of Reading & How to Get Started”
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It’s not uncommon for people to struggle to fall asleep and/or stay asleep. For some, this may be a result of unused physical energy (that idea of your body being tired), while others may have a hard time turning their mind off and settling in. Thankfully both are (relatively) easy to rectify with a bitContinue reading ““Brain Dump” Your Way to Better Sleep & a Happier Mind”
Monday, I wrote a blog detailing the last few months of struggle in my life and how it lead me to embark on a solo adventure in Costa Rica on a whim. Today I want to switch gears, move away from the slightly heavy, slightly depressive talk about my struggles, and onto the beauty seen,Continue reading “Getting Lost to Find Myself: Part Two”
Letting go is arguably the most difficult thing to do. Whether it’s in a game of cards and you have a hand you love, or in the game of life where you have a person you love, learning when to let go and following through is extremely difficult. I know, because I’ve had to letContinue reading “When to Hold Em, and When to Fold Em: Knowing When to Walk Away”