Work is really important for a few reasons. Firstly, it takes care of our money, which covers our basic human needs (such as food, water, and shelter). Without work, how would we pay for these things? Secondly, your work life can either help (or impede upon) certain areas of self-development. Primarily, it can give you… Continue reading Don’t Get Stuck in the Workplace Matrix
I realized it was in my hands, and my hands only, to change my life and turn it around. Instead of sulking on how much time I'd wasted, I made small life changes ...
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I sing all the time. Everywhere. Anyplace. Well, mostly. There are exceptions. When I pull into work, I stop singing before I open the car door. When I got home at our old place, I didn't sing once without the door shut tight. I don't sing while I'm pumping gas. I don't sing while shopping.… Continue reading I’m Feeling More Myself Than I Ever Have Before
I drove into moonlight the other night. It stared at me, all yellow and muddy with shadows and wide-eyed.
I haven't written in a couple days. Yeah, I guess you could say... I've kind of been procrastinating. It's not that I don't want to write. I do. It's just that sometimes I feel like I don't know enough to create really really compelling stuff, you know? And I don't really want to be in… Continue reading 4 Ways to Make the Most of Your Procrastination
First of all, when you choose to live a life revolving around the human experience as the center of your Universe, you make the decision to feel everything for what it is. Look at it like this - the Human Experience is the sun in your little Universe. Your most important experiences are the cores… Continue reading 5 Reasons I’m Always Going On and On About the Human Experience