As I have alluded to in previous posts, this past semester was one with its fair share of obstacles to overcome. But in those struggles came plenty of life lessons and personal growth that whoever reading could find useful. The first thing this semester taught me was the importance of the sum of the five... Continue Reading →
For me, today is a big deal. Yes, it is Memorial Day where my family and I pay tribute to the men and women who lost their lives serving our country. But today also marks what would have been President John F. Kennedy’s 100th Birthday. In my younger years, I was quite the presidential historian.... Continue Reading →
A few weeks into the semester, my boss repeated to me what she heard in a podcast, the mantra of businessman Jim Rohn: “You’re the average of the five people you spend most time with.” This phrase, this short idea, soon became my personal slogan and the source of a lot of self-reflection.
Is this thing on? Hello? Well, it has been one year, three months and twelve days since my last blog post.
So, before you get dressed tomorrow morning, think about how you want people to think of you and your appearance. Maybe it is time for a change.
To all the parents who taught their kids things...thanks.