“Oh shit I’m sorry, that’s my bad.” or “I’m so sorry, that’s my fault.” You’re right, it probably is. Even if it wasn’t, it’s time that we all defaulted to this reaction of blaming ourselves. It kind of feels unhealthy
My alarm goes off and my mind is already racing. I take the dog out and hope she’s going to relieve herself quickly so I can get inside and start rattling off pieces of my morning To Do list: -Make
The other day I was listening to an Art Of Charm podcast episode featuring James Altucher. During the conversation, Altucher offers up a formula for happiness that resonated with me for two reasons: 1) It’s a formula, and I’m a math teacher.
I posted a couple weeks back about a new project that I am embarking on this school year (NEW PROJECT: Mr. Matiash Goes Running. Episode 01.). Throughout the course of the year I will be training to run a half-marathon
How bad is your sense of direction? For the longest time, mine was terrible. I lived in the same city for 25 years of my life and there were many places that I couldn’t find if my life depended on
Think about what stresses you out; what really gets the blood pumping. What is it? Your job? Your family? Your spouse? Your favorite baseball team blowing it in the bottom of the 9th? Someone responding ‘K’ after you texted them
“This too shall pass” I’m sure we’ve all heard this phrase; whether it be from a book, a song, or a loved one reminding us to keep our head up in trying times. It’s a healing expression that tells us
It’s been a while! Christina and I closed out the summer with an incredible trip to Walt Disney World, and in attempt to take my own advice (Live. For. Today.), I wanted to be present in our time there and