An Irrational Fear of Bees Apiphobia, an irrational fear of bees, is something I've struggled with as long as I can remember. I have several childhood memories of fleeing from a single bee due to the simple idea of the damage it could do to me. I once took a nasty ten-foot fall from an … Continue reading An Irrational Fear of Bees: How fear is ruining your life
Certain people who know me well enough, know I struggle with consumerism. I don’t own a lot of stuff. In fact, I just moved from Washington to Texas only with what would fit in and on my small SUV. I'd rather have a backpack and a plane ticket than the newest cell phone. And I … Continue reading Too Wrapped Up in Giving
Over the past three years I have learned some pretty big lessons about relationships, careers, and happiness. Recently, one of the most reoccurring themes in these lessons, is effort. It may seem like a simple idea, but looking back on all my successes and failures in life so far, any time something has gone either … Continue reading Regularly Scheduled Maintenance: The perils of being effortless
You know that feeling of being stuck in traffic on the highway, emergency lights reflecting rhythmically off the asphalt about a mile up the road, and just before the scene of the accident you can see your exit. You would have been on time if it had not been for the careless drivers ahead, but … Continue reading Stop Working for Someone else’s Dreams!