Ideation breeds ambiguity, action breeds clarity.
I start each day by setting my intention to respond to a love bid. What's a love bid? Here's how John Gottman defines it in The Seven Principles of Making Marriage Work: ...but real-life romance is fueled by far more humdrum scenes. It is kept alive each time you let
A goal without obstacles would either teach us nothing or not be worthy of our efforts.
On Friday, June 3rd, I was lucky enough to get married to Andie who I can now call my WIFE. We had a blast and are so very grateful to our family and friends for celebrating with us and for helping make that day, as they do every other day,
Generally what's best for us, what's going to serve us in the long run, is neither going to be easy nor be the thing we feel like doing.
Going just one layer deeper helped turn a moment of curiosity into a lifetime of appreciation for just one small part of our animal kingdom.
I'll have to keep this one short. Andie and I were out celebrating tonight. Today she passed her Boards exam in order to become a Physical Therapist. Next month we get married. This is a special time. I'm trying to figure out how to slow it down. I'm not sure
Have you ever just felt "off?" Of course you have! If you're like me, you'll oscillate between times you're on and happy, and times you're off and less contented. When we're off, it's easy to take a look at all the things that are wrong or all the things that
Something going wrong can be used as a helpful trigger to look for and more deeply appreciate all we have to be grateful for. For example, being sick the last couple of days has brought about a whirlwind of gratitude for... * My fiancé for making me healthy meals and taking
Let's show up and honor our commitments, even when we're not at full strength and even when we don't feel like it.