Don’t Worry Be Happy


Is it Really Possible to Live a Worry Free Life?

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Let’s be honest, there’s no such thing as being 100 percent ‘Worry Free,’ but there’s lots that we can do in our daily lives to reduce stress, live more comfortable, and truly live the life that we want to live.Can we all strive to live a worry free life? Absolutely. Let me ask you this: What are your goals? Your desires? Do you want to travel the world, but are often burdened by the cost or by your fears of going out there and experiencing the unexpected? Well, that’s problem number one, so let’s start there. Life will always have […]


How will you Choose to go Through This Holiday Season?

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Here we go! The holiday season is kicking into high gear, and usually what that means is that people are cooking, cleaning, hosting, shopping, and stressing. It’s a time of year when we give thanks and join family and friends around the table, and then after stuffing our faces beyond belief, we stumble over to the living room and fall into food comas around the television. It’s a time that should be full of happiness and laughter and love, but all too often it turns into stressing and overspending, and the true meaning of the holiday season falls apart somewhere […]


Good Morning Monday

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I’m not sure if people are serious when they say “Happy Monday,” or if there’s a serious tongue-in-cheek bit of sarcasm going on there, but one of my goal’s in this world is to be able to say it with 100% conviction. There’s no reason for us to live this life and have a throw-away type of a day. It’s almost as if we have become pre-conditioned to dislike  even hearing the word Monday. The word has become synonymous with misery, and for me that’s incredibly sad. I say get up, face the day and be grateful for what you […]


Recharge Your Batteries

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Do you ever find that sometimes life gets in the way of life? We spend so much time focusing on what’s next and what our next task will be, that oftentimes we forget to slow down a bit and focus on what’s important in life. We work to pay our bills, raise families, support ourselves, but in the long run when all is said and done, we forget that we are living our life on this planet to make the most of it. That’s not to say that we need to avoid responsibility, but every now and then we need […]


Why it’s Important to be a Two-Quarter Type of Person

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Have you ever gone to a restaurant and had a good meal with good service, and then when it comes time to tip you think to yourself how much of a tip you should leave? Sometimes you have two amounts in your head, and depending on how generous you feel that day, you decide to leave amount A or you leave amount B. The difference between the two are very minor and it’s nothing that will break your bank account, but for some reason there’s times that you choose A and other times you choose B. I heard a story […]


The Traveler’s Gift Quickly Becomes one of my Favorite Books!

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If you’ve never heard of The Traveler’s Gift by Andy Andrews, let today be the day that all of that changes. This book had been sitting in my bookcase for nine months or so, but I had not bothered to pick it up and read it. The other day I came out into my living room, and there it was just sitting on the floor in front of the bookcase. It’s like it was looking up at me and saying, “READ ME.” So, whose to argue with an inanimate object? I picked it up and started reading it, and quickly […]


10 Things I Have Learned

10 Things I Have Learned in the 10 Years Since College

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It’s amazing how things change over the course of your life. Sometimes change seems to come at you like a freight train, while other times it’s a slow process that you don’t realize until you look in the mirror one day and notice it. It’s like noticing those grey hairs that seem to have appeared out of nowhere! One thing I’ve noticed is that a lot of people make drastic changes in five years time. We find that we’re usually quite a bit different at 18 than we were at 13. Then we’re MUCH different at 23 then we were […]