Experiences Vs. Possesions

When I was young, day after day people would talk about success and the American Dream and how it meant a home, a family, and a white picket fence. I Keep Reading…

This Tastes Like What? – Food for the Mind

  Recently, my life took a huge turn where I decided to work on myself on a new level. I began to read more than a book a week so Keep Reading…

Me, My Family, and Saint Croix

Today, I find myself in Saint Croix on the U.S. Virgin Islands visiting my brother Kevin and his girlfriend Meghan. About a month ago, I booked my trip and when Keep Reading…

Cruise Into a New Me

A few months back I went on a short cruise from Miami to Jamaica and while I was on the boat, I met a man who introduced me to this Keep Reading…

I Have Always Received Good Advice.

Thought For Thursday: In life, we often receive advice from other people, whether we ask for it or they just tell us their opinion. Sometimes we crave this advice because Keep Reading…

Global Warming, Climate Shift, Polar Wander, or Just Plain Normal?!?

If there is one thing all humans need, it is a planet to live on. As we grow and educate ourselves, it is natural for us to have concern for Keep Reading…

Blue Lagoon Vs Klambragil River, Reykjadalur

Last month I had the pleasure to travel to Iceland and stay in the capital city Reykjavik. While there, we toured the city, traveled the Golden Circle, saw Icelandic horses, and Keep Reading…

The Weekend Read – Extreme Ownership

“The Weekend Read” is a new section of my blog where I will spend time to review books I have read. I will take time to highlight the key points I Keep Reading…

Who’s Driving Vs. Who’s In Control

Thought for Thursday Who is driving the car? Who is in control of the car? Are these two questions the same? Currently, in the world we live in, we are Keep Reading…

Thought For Thursday

“Thought for Thursday” is my new weekly update where I will share one of the most important thoughts I had each week. Though you may not always agree with my thoughts, Keep Reading…