Americans are addicted to being busy. We love the calendar full of meetings and events. If we are not busy, life becomes quiet and the quiet can be the worst thing in the world.
Summer has always been my least favorite season. There is no scheduled routine. There are kids everywhere. The mountains here in Colorado are full of dumb tourists and crazy Texan drivers. Everything is chaotic and a mess and it stresses me out.
Everyone is so angry. It doesn’t matter what side of the political spectrum you lean toward, what your religious affiliation is (or isn’t), it doesn’t even matter what generation you are, everywhere you turn, there is so much anger in all of it.
At the core of every person, there is a character that has created a foundation for every attribute, behavior, and label. It is what you do, think, and believe when no one is around to influence you.
Remember, you are writing your life story with your choices. You get to decide if you will be telling your kids about an exciting adventure, or if you will be having to leave parts out.
This week leading to Easter, let’s be thankful that Jesus carried out God’s plan instead of the Israelites’ plan. God’s plan was so much more painful (for Jesus and the Israelites under Roman rule). But so much more beautiful in the end.
You can’t let fear dictate if you move or stay in life. There is too much to do to let fear trap you in your comfort zone.
Look, I’m sorry you don’t think women were treated equally at the Grammy’s (the real world doesn’t offer participation awards. Get good). Can we stop complaining about meaningless things and fix something that is truly important?
STEM Science: A subject that seemed interesting from the surface, but made me cry when I was expected to figure things out using math and formulas Technology: A skill that I am fairly average at. I have a strong understanding of basics and can pass the intermediate stages without totally disgracing my family. Engineering: A … Continue reading Not an Engineer, But Not Any Less of a Person
If someone makes an impact on your life, you tell them. I don’t care if it’s been four years and you doubt the person would even remember you. Life is short and you need to thank people before it's too late.