Navigating Times of Transition: The In-Between

I keep thinking about posting something in this outdated blog, but I let the fact that I’ve got nothing to say get in my way. Perhaps I ought to succumb to the inspiration, nevertheless, and blather about whatever is going on in my life at the moment. And to be honest, that feels like very […]

How to Achieve Your Goals of Being Rich

*actual photo from high school, read on to understand Growing up I always had my eye on the future. I was born tired of everything, rushing through life to get where I was going, which was anywhere but here. In high school I decided my life’s goal was to be rich. That’s it, just to […]

Stress, Anxiety, & Relaxation: Impacts On Your Existence

Howdy Partners. Watch my video below to hear my experience and journey from a consistent state of mental and physical stress and anxiety to a state of relaxation, calmness, and ease. The changes in my whole world have been profound. You’ll hear me say it towards the 4:30 mark in the video, but it begs repeating. In […]

Vulnerability and Authenticity

Heyo Friends! Watch below to hear me talk about my this whole idea of vulnerability and authenticity, how I’ve experienced these concepts, and how they relate. From a personal standpoint, the most vulnerable I’ve felt in a long time was writing my recent post about the traumatic death of my beloved puppy girl, Olive. I cried […]

Quelling the Need to Be Right

Once upon a time, I had to be right. Being right was the goal, in and of itself. Being right typically meant someone else was wrong. So my being right was always caught up in competition with whoever else had to be wrong. This made it complicated the numerous times I was wrong. Then I […]

Quarter-Life Crisis and Money is Fake

My first inkling I was in my mid-life crisis at 22 was when one of my mentors looked me square in the eyes and told me so. Not long after, another mentor and Jungian psychologist recommended I read James Hollis’s book Finding Meaning in the Second Half of Life. I never did read that book, […]

Be Selfish to Be Selfless

My life’s main idea is personal growth and part of my practice is to be as detached as possible from expectations, preconceptions and sudden realizations, especially those I have of myself. If someone sheds some light on a part of me that is unflattering, even though my first reaction might be defensive and upset (which […]

On Being Crazy

Crazy = Creative Follow along. -Being creative is seeing things from a unique perspective that is instantly interesting simply because it is new and different. -“Crazy people” do crazy looking things because the world is different for them and they are reacting to it, which results in strange behavior. -“Creative people” control the reaction and […]

Introduction to “It’s All the Same”

If you imagine life as one long wave with peaks and valleys, the high points might be labeled “good” and the low points “bad.” But, remixing your perspective and reversing your point of view, the lows could just as easily be seen as “good” and the highs as “bad.” Lemme explain. At low points in […]