What we believe about love, commitment, family is often not examined and questioned. We project our beliefs onto what it means for others. This can bite us in the ass.
Are you really hard on yourself when you make a mistake? Are you a perfectionist? My personal story of how damaging this can be.
As my birthday comes and goes, so do the seasons. In a moment of rapture while taking in all that nature has to offer, this spring poem came forth like a blade of grass, stretching toward the warm spring sun…
One year ago today my Daddy took his last breath in and exhaled for his final time on this planet. I recently heard a song and was transported on a journey across a lifetime that didn’t belong to me. These words were an attempt to capture what I felt, and saw, and the impact it had on me…
I have never journaled regularly, at least not in the sense that many people do. When I competed professionally I kept a training journal, and I religiously tracked my sets, reps, intensities, and any important cues that I needed to remember, or that were particularly helpful. But I have never been one to reflect onContinue reading “Future Self Journaling: a 90 day recap on the best tool for self development you’re NOT using.”
We often think of exploring new places.
New cities, new beaches, new countries.
It’s in our nature.
We send ourselves into outer space, just to see what’s out there?
Are we all alone?
The eternal quest to satisfy our curiosity.
What are you grateful for? Often my answer is something like my family, my health, etc. And, I do believe we should be thankful for those things. However, it is easy to have gratitude for your blessings. It’s easy to be grateful for all the good things, the good people, and the good fortune thatContinue reading “I’m grateful my Dad is dying.”
This post is brought to you by nostalgia, family, and Creston, BC. This video was shared with my by a dear friend, and brought tears to my eyes. It’s the home I grew up in. You may not know this about me, but I grew up in the mountains. I grew up in a tinyContinue reading “The Impermanence of Life: The Inevitability of Death”