Expand Your Circle

Block. Delete. Unfriend. Unfollow. You’ve done it. I’ve done it. We’ve all scrolled through Facebook or Twitter, muttered the words, “I really can’t stand this person anymore.” And then… Block. Delete. Unfriend. Unfollow. I would venture to guess that you spent most of this year feeling the need to do this across all social media […]

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From Taken For Granted To Grateful

My ankles were throbbing, my legs were as tight as could be and my feet couldn’t take another stride. After running for 1 hour and 54 minutes, my body had had enough. I stopped my run at 11.82 miles. I was frustrated. Why? Because my goal was to run 13.1 miles and have my own […]

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The Force of Character is Cumulative

“The force of character is cumulative.” -Ralph Waldo Emerson While reading his essay¬†Self-Reliance, this quote from Emerson leaped off the page at me. Character is cumulative. It’s not what I’ve done yesterday, the day before, or even anything in the last year that showcases my character. Those are merely pieces of a much larger puzzle. […]

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