June 2013: I decided to hit the town with the guys with nothing in mind but having some drinks and enjoying the time spent with my closest friends. That night I met a girl named Christina. June 2014: The girl
Take a second and think about something you’re naturally gifted at. It could be singing, basketball, or dance. How long have you been practicing this skill or talent that feels effortless? I’d be willing to bet that you’ve been doing
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.
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
“Forgive and forget.” “The past is the past.” There’s so many quips about forgiving, forgetting, and letting go of your past. In general, it’s all good advice. Holding grudges and resentment can be one hell of an anchor holding you
Schooooool’s out for summer!! Our school year’s just finished up (I work in a high school, Christina in an elementary building), and we are hitting the ground running (or flying?)! We are hopping on a plane to shoot out to