I’ve learned over the years that the secret to personal growth is being willing to do one very important thing…
Itty Bitty Thoughts
You’re a hard worker. How do you know if your hard work is worth it, and (big question) should you turn the thing you love into a job?
This isn’t a “hey, homeschooled kids are so smart!” article. This asks a question about the pedestal we’ve stuck college up on, which became more obvious to my kids when they got to college.
Is that person really there to support you and have a genuine relationship with you… or are they just collecting more hands and feet for their cause?
There is nothing wrong with having a tool to help keep you informed, but what happens when that tool is often wrong, or is used to get you all worked up?
The belief that you don’t have enough time will make you less productive with the time you have. Here are two tips that have helped me when I fall into time scarcity mindset.
Here are two things that make you nervous to create the life you want to live, and a “kid learning to walk” analogy to help you get past it.
Lately I’ve noticed that many of the issues we have as a people attempting to have a conversation (or relationship) with each other stems from two different categories: all or nothing thinking, and how we speak and listen.
Today I’m tackling topics like the gift of life, responsibility and choice, consequences, and how this all relates to the future. Let’s talk about getting involved in your own life… and dive into some most likely politically incorrect conversations.