“…every decision I’ve ever made in my life has been wrong. My life is the complete opposite of everything I wanted it to be.” As you sit and watch George Costanza lament over his less than satisfactory life,
Easy Street or Hard Times Highway; which one do you choose? Without question, most of us would want the low-stress vibes that Easy Street has to offer. “No worries, no problems, and no work to get done? Where do I
Eating healthy and exercising more is hard. So is being overweight, not fitting in your clothes, and being ashamed of the person you see in the mirror. Choose your hard. Being vulnerable and honest with a person to the point
“Treat others the same as you’d like to be treated.” Translation: treat others nicely because you’d want the same in return. Pretty standard advice from a parent, teacher, or any other adult imparting wisdom on a child. The advice has
My wife, Christina, and I were heading back from an amazing weekend getaway. We rented this great little cottage through Airbnb that was minutes from a quaint little town filled with good wine and good food. We were making our way
Your alarm goes off and you begrudgingly arise out of your warm bed and let your feet hit the cold floor. You brush your teeth. You take a shower. You make some coffee, pour some coffee, and have the same
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.