Category: Blog Link Article
Everyone thinks getting healthy is hard to do. I asked a few friends to tell me what comes to mind when they read a fitness or exercise article about improving their overall health. Most of the time, they tell me it seems overwhelming — because they’d have to change everything.Read More
Recently, I’ve noticed a slight change in my behavior. When confronted with an unknown or uncomfortable situation, my personal gatekeeper immediately pulls up the drawbridge of denial.Read More
One of my most cherished memories of my dad took place in a small metal rowboat on a smooth, placid lake in the forests of Wisconsin. Let me tell you a little about the man who had a hand in shaping my life.Read More
The real truths in life are sometimes discovered only after we’ve taken a lot of wrong turns or spent too much time pursuing the transitory and superficial. Regrettably, these revelations usually arrive too late — their promise and caution appearing only after we’ve compromised our health or relationships.Read More
Sometimes I think that I forget events, places, names, and activities on purpose. I call it “Intentional Waste Disposal.” I finally realized there’s a good reason — and a self-installed method to administer the process. It kicks in whenever a circumstance, situation, or opinion being expressed by another isn’t relevant or positive — and it brings no purpose, fulfillment, or joy to my life.Read More
A large chunk of my day is spent in senseless distraction — hours of time plodding through an endless stream of email brimming with meaningless rhetoric from unwanted visitors. Admittedly, I’ve become a slave to the click of my mouse — the too-easy access impossible to ignore. And with my concentration diverted to the familiar Outlook screen, my attention is drawn to a living nightmare of newly-arrived messages. It’s overwhelming.Read More
Our evolving culture demands transformation, and at a much quicker pace than in the past. Most of the time, when faced with adjustments in our lives, the results turn out okay — even good or great. And occasionally, the hurdles placed in our path seem more like a test with open-ended, rhetorical questions, often leaving us with a sense of confusion or lack of direction.Read More
Have you ever tried to walk in someone else’s footsteps — literally? Whether in sand or snow, your careful attempts to place your foot in the exact same spot as another’s is an optimistic effort at best. Whether the space is too large or small, or at a different angle or stride, it’s nearly impossible to accomplish a perfect fit in the vacant imprint left behind from another’s journey.Read More
Many years ago I read an article about how to train fleas. I’m not sure why it was of interest at the time, but it caught my attention. It seemed to be a fairly simple process — and pretty straightforward …Read More
The Real Life Series
In Real Life, you’ll find truth, humor, inspiration, and a few bits of wisdom to help guide you to a more fulfilling and meaningful life.
In Discover Your Personal Truth, you’ll discover the reasons behind your self-doubt and lack of confidence, along with suggestions for overcoming fear and negativity in the search for your personal truth.
Please God, Make Me A Writer
If you’ve ever wondered whether you have what it takes to be a writer, you’ve come to the right place. In fact, you’re in good company, joining the ranks of those who have asked themselves the same question and persevered, regardless of the answer. Please God, Make Me A Writer – I Promise To Do Whatever It Takes is available on Amazon
Subscribe To Pathways
Pathway To Personal Growth
Sign up for email updates and receive articles, tips, and strategies for living a positive, fulfilling life!