Last week was a great nutrition week. YAY! Exercise not so much. Want to know something? I’m ok with that. They say 80-90% of weigh loss is in what you eat. So, if that’s true I had my priorities straight. I doesn’t mean that I didn’t work out. It means I worked out 3 times… Continue reading Tomorrow will be better.
While away on vacation last month I took the time to think about our family and I realized that I speak to our kids in a firm tone a little too often. As I reflected about my parenting, I remembered reading a blog about a year ago called, “The Orange Rhino.” The Orange Rhino is… Continue reading To yell or not to yell
I recently read that when forced to embrace change, 10 percent of people will respond like James Bond, 10 percent will respond like Moe Howard from the Three Stooges, and 80 percent will do nothing at all. Some time after that I had an experience that shook me to my core. It shook me so… Continue reading I would kill for that
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Easter 2013 I accepted Jesus into my life and everything became amazing, I never had any more problems, and I lived happily ever after. This is what I thought would happen when I made the decision to give my heart to Jesus. I was very naive to the power of…
You are what you eat. I’m sure you’ve heard that said before. But, what does it really mean? What does it mean to be what you eat? Does it mean if you eat a tall and skinny french fry you too will be tall and skinny? I’m pretty sure that’s NOT what it means. Have… Continue reading You are what you eat
All too often we live by a perceived idea of who or what we should be. Maybe those ideas come from our spouse, co-workers, friends, even childhood memories. But, what if we lived by the truth of who we are?? Imagine men and women who are capable of fulfilling purposes and seeing goals and God… Continue reading The true you
Father and son sat side by side. “She’s really great.” said the son. “I know” the father replied. They sat there in silence thinking about her. The father finally spoke words “She has so many gift and talents. It’s a shame she doesn’t use them. She’s beautiful.” The son nodded in agreement. He continued “She… Continue reading Love from a Father