Thank you for reading, commenting and joining my blog! ___ I have written this blog for over three years. I have edited for the Good Men Project for over two years. So far, I have written over 1000 posts for my blog, for GMP, The Mighty, Babble and Talkspace. I have written when well and … More Why Do I Write? I May Not Always Write Well, but I am Writing Myself Well.
“What creates despair is the imagination, which pretends there is a future, and insists on predicting millions of moments, thousands of days, and so drains you that you cannot live the moment at hand… You can get through anything life hands you if you stay put in the day you are in and don’t jump … More You Can Handle the Present Moment
For the article on how your attitude determines your well-being, click on the photo above. I write articles about wellness, leadership, parenting and personal growth. My hope is to deliver the best content I can to inspire, to inform and to entertain. Sign up for my blog if you want to receive the latest and … More Your Attitude Will Change Your Well-Being
Perhaps is not fatalism or giving up. It is radical and bad-ass. It is a refusal to give up, it is radical acceptance and defiant hope when life is persistently difficult. Perhaps acknowledges how difficult things are, while you do what you can do to make a change. For more on the power of perhaps, click … More Your Recovery Needs this One Powerful Word
Your attitude will change your well-being ___ What has you trapped? You probably are not trapped in a prison with bars and locks, but you are in a prison. It may be your body, your health, your debt, or more correctly it may be your mind. You probably are not trapped in a prison with bars … More Sean Stephenson asks: “How Are You In a Prison?”
Losing an uncle made me think about where we would be without our uncles? ____ Earlier this year my uncle Brian passed away. His death seemed to tap into an ocean of emotions for me. I cried harder than I did at my own father’s funeral. In the last 20 years we really were not … More The Men from U.N.C.L.E.s
Unnecessary things are like USB ports. They are reminders, mementos, inspirational pointers that allow you and I to time travel… mental triggers of vacations past, adventures forward and unlived dreams. Unnecessary things are the seeds of a wild imagination and they make life worthwhile. Todd Henry talks about Unnecessary Creating in a recent Accidental Creative Podcast. After … More The Necessity of Living Unnecessarily