Monthly Archives: May 2011

A Video Tour of the RV

You guys, it took me two days to put this video together. I’m not telling you that to raise your expectations about the quality, but rather to ensure that you feel compelled to watch it and say nothing but awesome … Continue reading

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Say It Out Loud, Write It Down

As a writer, you’d think I would inherently appreciate the power of words. You’d think. And yet, I have a long history of using words carelessly when I’m speaking in anger. I tend to lazily choose profanity over more descriptive … Continue reading

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Do What You Love: Where to Get the Time

If there’s one thing that has inhibited my pursuits of happiness in the past even more than a lack of money, it has been a lack of time. Despite the fact that we all have the exact same amount of … Continue reading

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When Stepping Out of Your Comfort Zone Sucks

If you follow me on Twitter, you may have already guessed that this post is about the party/networking event I attended at a bar in Orlando on Friday night. If you don’t follow me on Twitter (or do and just … Continue reading

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Shine Away

From Vikki in a comment on this blog: “Isn’t it time you got over how fragile you are? We’re all waiting, waiting for your supernova, because that’s who you are and you’ve only begun to shine. This song always reminds me to … Continue reading

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Going Away

“You can never discover new oceans, unless you have the courage to lose sight of the shore.” -Anonymous, Senior quote for Britt Lutgen. When I chose those words to be typed next to my picture in the yearbook back in … Continue reading

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Do What You Love: Where to Get the Money

I have this theory that God doesn’t give us passions just to screw with us. I believe that we are born this way – whatever that way may be – for a reason, and that it is our job to … Continue reading

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Jared’s Last Day

Today is Jared’s last day of work for at least a year. We’re two and a half weeks from hitting the road and he’s going to be spending that time getting the SUV ready, helping make last-minute arrangements, and sleeping … Continue reading

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In an Effort to Avoid Comparing Myself to You…

“don’t compare your worst to someone’s best” – Marinka, in a comment on this blog I’ve heard this advice before. Hell, I’ve given this advice. Don’t compare your worst to someone else’s best. The moment we start to compare ourselves, … Continue reading

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It’s Okay Not To Be Okay

“It’s okay not to be okay” – Jessie J, Who You Are Sometimes happiness is hard. It’s ironic, I know. Shouldn’t happiness be easy? It can be. But I don’t believe we can remain happy without dealing with seasons of … Continue reading

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