I feel a bit overwhelmed as of late. We are working on putting the house up for sale, we just passed into mid-terms at school and I’ve been moving web hosts. In hindsight, I should have put off the web host move for a few months, although I do not regret moving my sites. Continue reading “Juggling Too Much”
As we reach the beginning of the new year, we get excited about the prospect of changing our lives to do something better. This requires changing replacing old habits with new ones. Continue reading “Habits”
I was fortunate to hear Todd Cohen, the author of “Everyone’s in Sales” speak at the Premier CIO Forums this past week in Orlando. The forums were put on by the Society of Information Management. Todd left me with some things to consider which feel life changing and empowering in my professional life. Continue reading “Everyone is in Sales”
As you think, so shall you become. – Unknown
This quote is so incredibly profound.
I have consistently found that if you think positive thoughts, that positive things will happen to you. I know this sounds like the law of attraction, which seems like a flight of fancy, so I’ll try to illustrate my thoughts on this best as possible. Continue reading “Become What You Think”
Rosie O’Donnell explains to YouTube viewers why she is leaving The View. In her video she goes onto explain that she is reducing one source of controllable stress in her life and that is work. Continue reading “Rosie O’Donnell Leaves The View, I Better Get Into Shape”
Something that inspires me is learning. Knowledge is power as they say, and the more knowledge that I have the more possibilities there are to realize.
There is great power in the act of encouraging others. There is so much negativity in the world, falling into perpetuating negativity brings down moral and will eventually cause others to stop liking you. Become a light in someone’s life so they can pass that light onto others.
Last month I launched 2015 with a goal that I would lose weight. I set myself on a calorie budget using the FatSecret app to 1800 calories and by the very nature of staying under that mark I begin to eat smarter. The first two weeks went swimmingly well, and I lost 13 pounds. The next two weeks after that, I stepped on the scale and the needle did not budge one bit. How did consistent weight loss just come to a halt?