Sad. The whole thing is just sad. Photo by Matt Ragland on Unsplash You essentially have all the money in the world and you have kids. You are in a position to give your kids literally everything and what you give them is an education they did not earn. An education they deserved, but did not deserve … Continue reading Operation Varsity Blues
"The flinch is your real opponent, and information won't help you fight it. It's behind every unhappy marriage, every hidden vice, and every unfulfilled life. Behind the flinch is pain avoidance, and dealing with pain demands strength you may not think you have. The flinch is why the lazy actor never gets discovered - because … Continue reading The Flinch | BOOK
A few years ago I discovered the concept of minimalism. I feel like it really changed my life. I looked at (literal) things differently. After I got over the fact that I would not have white walls and two pieces of furniture. And that my family as a whole would not be joining me on … Continue reading Digital Minimalism
February was another stellar reading month for me! A lot of it was attributed to the Better Reading Challenge. Making time to read just a little bit every day means more reading than what would be achieved just by attempting to have a few long reading sessions. I was not sure what to expect from … Continue reading February.