The importance of setting goals.

Or rather, the perils of not setting goals.... I had a hard time planning when I was younger. I was afraid to make goals because I was too afraid of failure, not meeting expectation, letting others (and myself) down. It was fine, it was safe, but it was not in the slightest bit satisfying. I … Continue reading The importance of setting goals.

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Cayo Coco

Cuba is one of those magical destinations that captures imaginations well after visiting it. I had the experience to live there for a time, and let me tell you it was very interesting. Cayo Coco has some incredibly beautiful beaches, complete with the whitest sands and the balmiest breezes. It is full of resorts for … Continue reading Cayo Coco

The Future Monaco

One of many destinations I did not make it to whilst I was traveling through Europe is Monaco. I've been thinking about why, because I so love to tour and try out new countries, new cities, new coastlines, new foods, new people-just the whole experience. Really the only thing I can think of is that … Continue reading The Future Monaco

Passion

I don't mean the bedroom kind. Although I guess everything is relative. What I'm really interested in is figuring out what we are passionate about in our every day lives and our dream lives. Why is it we spend so much time on the "shoulds" instead of on the things that make our whole bodies … Continue reading Passion

Lets Get Practical

I have been slowly chipping away at a second book, that basically picks up from where I left off with the first The One Life Movement (which is available HERE ). All of the ideas I briefly outline here will be touched on in greater depth in the sequel, so here is a little prequel... … Continue reading Lets Get Practical

Diving Deep

I haven't been writing very much lately, mostly because I have been more than knee deep in trying to coordinate and facilitate changes in my personal and professional life. I have been struggling just to keep up instead of feeling as though I am thriving. I have spent a fair amount of time trying to … Continue reading Diving Deep

Common Ground

We have more in common than we realize. When we embrace ourselves, we shall embrace others. Click on the title for full article.

Faith

Me, being apparently the eternal optimist (that sometimes falls in to a deep dark pit of anxiety and despair) is wondering what it would take to bring back faith, to bring back hope to people where it has largely been lost. Where it has widely been cast aside as some kind of ugly byproduct of … Continue reading Faith