Financial Health: Awareness

I know. I'm sorry. Finances are a part of reality, y'all. Today will be short, because it's Friday. (Today will also be without a picture, as I'm blogging on my phone with my Bluetooth keyboard, plugged into an electrical jack at a friend's house. Viva la technology! Viva la blogger!) Regardless of your leanings, we... Continue Reading →

Emotional Health: Pray

Hm, prayer. If you're anything like me, the idea of prayer comes with a mixed bag of emotions. As I've said, I'm Christian, so my prayer is directed at God. But, having been raised in a religious family, there are multiple flavors to the idea of prayer. Guilt. Hope. Desperation. Peace. Obligation. Dedication. And on... Continue Reading →

Professional Health: Daily Planning

Want to improve your work life? Make a daily plan. (This is my secret sauce.) As I've said before, it's no secret that I'm a planner. I like goals, I like processes, I like lists. From a mental perspective, writing things down helps tremendously to clear my brain and maximize the usable space for tasks... Continue Reading →

Mental Health: Stay in Your Own Lane

Confession: I've always found it interesting to hear pastors talk about how they set out to preach a great sermon, and end up preaching primarily to themselves. I found it slightly dubious. No longer. I drafted the outline for this week's topics and found them just fine. And then I arrived at today's selected topic.... Continue Reading →

Physical Health: Kick out Sugar

I'm not going to start with a 100 squat challenge or a mile-a-day run. You're welcome. The central point of this whole series is incremental, sustainable change. So we'll start with something a little closer to home, a little easier to swallow, a simpler change. We need less sugar in our lives, y'all. I was... Continue Reading →

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