🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟 Wow. If you are looking for a book that makes you question everything (literally everything), then this is the book for you. The book has lots of information from Kant and other philosophers with excellent and well researched thoughts. It questions everything like money, religion, forms of government. The explanation about the blue dot study … Continue reading Book Review: Everything is F*cked: A Book About Hope by Mark Manson
The bad news is time flies. The good news is you’re the pilot. – Michael Altshuler Earlier this year I posted about having a list of 20 for 2020 items or mini resolutions for 2020. Here is an update on my 20 for 2020 progress. CREATE – My professional Theme for 2020Attend a meditation workshopHike Lehigh … Continue reading January 2020 No Spend Recap
Last year I suffered quiet a few running injuries throughout the year. After reminiscing with my trainer, I explained my 2020 theme of SLOW. My intentions aren't to run SLOW but rather take my time building up my running base. For the first three or four months of the year, my goal is to run … Continue reading 2020 Theme: Slow Applies to the Gym
I am entering my second month of my 2020 Slow Theme. By going slower, so much stuff has bubbled up. So much so, that I decided to have mini-monthly resolutions to support my theme. February’s theme is around chores and cleaning. I have written in the past about feeling overwhelmed and wanted to reevaluate my … Continue reading 2020 Theme: Slow Applies to Chores – February
Ugg. Just received the most recent cable and internet bill. Our cable company just hiked up our bill another 8% this past month with an increase in their random "fees". I swear they increase the charges and then later take away favorite channels. There has to be a better way! They increased the "broadcasting fee" … Continue reading My Battle With The Cable Company: Do I really need internet?
It’s that time of year when I do my taxes and nearly puke because 63% of my student loan payments went to interest and I got back less than one month's payment on my taxes. I’m pissed! Student loan interest rates are insane! You cannot avoid paying your student loans unless you die. The government … Continue reading Student Loans for Millennials: How I Plan to Keep $23,000 (of Interest) Rather than Pay Lenders
Over the past two weeks I have been trying to figure out how to slow down but still accomplish what truly needs to be done each week. Over the summer, I piled chores, workouts, and other things into a couple days so that I had time to relax with my family the other days. I … Continue reading Sort of Crushing My 2020 Theme: Slow