Monthly Archives: January 2015

Resolution no. 5: Do stuff

I write a lot about big concepts, ideology, and life philosophies. That’s all well and good because I thoroughly enjoy thinking and discusses such topics, but the fact of the matter is that sometimes those thoughts are hard to put … Continue reading

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Resolution no. 4: Invest me better

One time Jesus told a story about a man who gave three of his servants a whole bunch of his money and left on a journey. When he returned, he called his servants to see how each of them had … Continue reading

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Resolution no. 3: Manage life’s losses

“Sometimes you win, sometimes you learn.” I have no idea where that saying came from, but Christiansburg’s head football coach Tim Cromer was the first person I heard use it. It was in a post-game interview following a tough loss … Continue reading

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Resolution no. 2: I’m too valuable for a yard sale

Growing up, every now and then we’d have a yard sale. Yard sales can be a pretty cool and a good way of generating a little extra coin by selling some of your less desired item. But they can also … Continue reading

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Embracing being

This morning I got to witness the first sunrise of 2015. It a rather sporadic decision since I’m generally far more a “buy a picture of a sunrise” guy than the kind that chases them down for himself, but for … Continue reading

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