It’s hard to do the hard stuff. I wish this wasn’t true but it is. Anything worth doing is hard to do. Tom Hanks (in the movie A League of Their Own) said, “If it wasn’t hard everyone would do it. It’s the hard that makes it great.” And, that’s good news. Because it is hard to do, much . . . → Read More: Embracing what you don’t want to do
We take good care of our vehicles. We change the oil, fill the gas tank, and even do preventative maintenance to prolong the life of the car. My car actually drives better after I wash and wax it. At least if feels like it does.
We take good care of our pets. . . . → Read More: Take care of your asset
“Rules were made to be broken”. Not so fast. I suggest that rules were made to be questioned. It is not okay to break the rules just because you don’t agree with the rules. Most rules are meant to help us. We must first understand why the rule exists before we consider breaking the . . . → Read More: Rules were made to be broken? Think again.
WARNING: This post may turn you off from the very beginning, but please stick with me to the end. I think you will appreciate the point.
To have a healthy body, everyone knows that you have to eat healthy and exercise. If I make poor food choices or don’t exercise I not only risk . . . → Read More: When junk food is good for you
Our culture is undeniably focused on overindulgence. We have more leisure time than any of our previous generations because of great technological advances. With this additional time, we need to be more intentional with it. Just two generations ago, it was common that the entire family was involved in the family business. As soon . . . → Read More: Too much time on my hands: Exercising your body and your mind