Scribing is simply the act of writing.  This last 10 minute segment of my morning routine is probably my LEAST favorite.  I do not think I am a good writer.  Writing has never been my strong suit because I write like I speak.  I speak very informally in most social Read more…

Reading, we are taught at a young age, is a very important skill.  We are so accustomed to hearing how important reading is, we can lose sight of some important facts.  32 million adults in the U.S. can’t read. That’s 14 percent of the population. 21 percent of adults in Read more…

I have been on a fitness journey since January 12, 2016.  As I close in on my 2 year mark, I have learned a great deal of information about the way we fuel our bodies.  I am 5’8″ tall.  I went from 230 pounds down to 175 pounds.  I am Read more…

Vision boards are a thing of contention.  Some folks say they work.  Others say they don’t.  I happen to be in the former camp and not the latter.  Here is why: I believe the psychology in the “pro vision board” camp is solid and not so much for the “anti Read more…

We have all seen the Saturday Night Live skit where Al Franken puts on a sweater and becomes Stuart Smalley.  The show opens with Franken’s character uttering these words: “I deserve good things. I am entitled to my share of happiness. I refuse to beat myself up. I am an Read more…

I already told you about my 60 minute routine I do every morning; SAVERS.  Starting today, I am going to break down each step over the next 6 days and tell you a little bit about WHY I do each step and what, specifically, I do during each  part.  Today Read more…

I get up every morning at 5 AM.  I wish I could tell you I don’t use and alarm to do so. But I would be lying. I don’t LIKE getting up at 5 AM, but I learned something a few years ago I couldn’t deny had a sound theory. Read more…