I have to admit that when I received this book I thought the discussion would be around healing. That is naturally where most people go when thinking about miracles. There are stories about healing miracles, but not until later in the book. Continue reading “Miracles”
As early as I can remember I was always fit and active. As a youth, I played both soccer and baseball and did so well into my teens. All throughout high school I played various sports and always stayed active. Shortly after high school I got married and continued to be active through my work in horticulture, landscaping, and cabinetry. While my sports activities slowed down, my work activities did not. Continue reading “My Weighted Journey”
I must admit TED talks are a little addictive, but too much of a good thing wears thin quickly. Having said that I recently watched one that I have to share as it made me stop and think.
Joe Smith shows us the benefits of using only one paper towel to dry our hands and how much paper that will save in a year. Continue reading “Paper Towels”
Inspiration today came via a vlog post from John Saddington. He talks about owning your career. I started to think and decided to write. Continue reading “Own Your Career”
In autumn of 2016, I stumbled across people who practice being some type of minimalist. Now the definition may vary a little, but essentially it is about having less stuff in your life.
Since that time I have read a little more, subscribed to a few newsletters and started to practice some basic minimalism. While I would not call myself a minimalist by any means, there are some things I like about it. Continue reading “All This Talk About Minimalism”
Looking to reboot (again) my writing. I had a stint back in early 2015 thanks to a challenge put together by John Saddington.
If I recall I was able to publish at least once a day for 15 days. Then it became every other day and soon I was looking for excuses not to write. Continue reading “Renewal and Revival”