Finishing The Year Strong

Nov. 12, 2020 |  Categories:  Announcement  

I'll be taking a break from writing and posting for the rest of the year. 

When I return in 2021 expect updates to my blog and some developments in my life that I'm excited to share. 

Sign up for my newsletter please. I'll be sending out a once a month email starting in January 2021. 

 

Take care and thank you for stopping by!

Remote Therapy

Nov. 10, 2020 |  Categories:  Health  

I'm fortunate in that my job is allowing me to try a remote therapist through the end of January 2021. So far I like the system. I have ample time to formulate my thoughts and express them through words or a voice message. The option of meeting with my counselor four times in the month is also available. 

I look forward to seeing how the next 2+ months will play out. 

Climbing Mountains

Nov. 10, 2020 |  Categories:  Meditations  

There have been quite a few challenges in my career so far--mostly during the first two years working at my current employer. Those challanges seem to be haulting upward movement. At times I’ve felt discouraged and feeling as if progress is impossible. But no matter what comes my way, I won’t give up. 

Lessons Learned

Nov. 9, 2020 |  Categories:  Reading   Meditations  

I like having this blog as a way of sharing the things I'm learning and my current views. It's entirely possible that I'll look back at some of my writing in shock. I've been writing for a year and have already felt that way. 

This happens because I'm not married to any of my beliefs. If someone presents a better way of thinking than what I'm presently doing, I don't mind questioning the way I think and operate. In the first two chapters of Eckhart Tolle's book "A New Earth,"…

Tackling Debt

Nov. 8, 2020 |  Categories:  Self-Development  

After reading Dave Ramsey's "The Total Money Makeover" I vowed to pay off my debt. The debt snowball method was my weapon of choice, and armed with it, I was able to tackle the money I owed to lenders. I'm talking small medical bills to large amounts of money owed to my credit card companies. 

When my journey started I put my financial information into my Mint account and remember feeling like I was about to climb to the top of Mount Kilimanjaro barefooted. Mint showed my net worth as -$110,000 (ne…

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