Deepen Your Roots
Two weeks ago, a severe & destructive winter storm hit Oregon. Massive trees are down everywhere. Branches strewn all over our yard. Yet some trees still stood tall, with little damage. They survived the storm. How? Strong roots.
Year 38: Unprecedented Opportunities from an Unprecedented Year
Today is my 39th birthday. As I think back on this last year, it was one of complete chaos with many cherrished memories. Today's essay is reflecting back on year 38 and looking towards tomorrow.
What You Miss When It's Gone
What do you appreciate about today? Rarely do we slow down and look for what we can appreciate today. Without taking time to reflect, we don't know what we miss until its gone.
Learn to Listen to Yourself
Our lives are crowded with voices. So many people talking about what we should do, say, or think. When was the list time you listened to your own voice?
My Spirit Animal: the Sasquatch
The Sasquatch has been my spirit animal. You may have heard of him in folklore. The Sasquatch is an ape-like
Release You v0.1
I love trying to find the perfect tool. Roam, Notion, Obsidian - all of them offer something unique. So many options! Today I realized I spend more time trying to find a tool than working on my craft. I realized I am still learning to release version 0.1
Turn Problems into Adventures
It was the summer of 1999 and every company was panicked about the "Y2K" computer bug. The bug was due
Your Lens of Life: 3 Questions to Ask
We all have our own lens through which we view life. How often do we reflect on our lens and ask if we want to change it?
3 Steps to Replace Scarcity with Sufficiency
Focusing on abundance is something I struggle with and I'm sure some of you do as well. We've all heard about the benefits of not focusing on what we don't have, but how do we do it?
3 Steps to Move Through Fear
I remember facing the decision about which college to attend. The first college had a lot of people I knew