When I ever question whether or not it is really possible to do what you love every single day, I am reminded of my good friend Sue Dzurenda. One of the trainers on my personal training team, it just happens to be Sue’s birthday today, so a post in her honor is quite appropriate.
It has been no secret to those who know me that I have been in a personal rebellion against cycling. This is not out of laziness, nor dislike of the sport, but rather out of pure lack of interest. I recently learned how to stop doing what I think I “should” be doing, and instead
Church this morning was about “winning” in life, and I loved it. We are all created to be winners, it’s engrained in us. Winning in life involves so many elements, but in short, it is grounded in living life abundantly. The easiest way I know to start living life abundantly is to love
My eyelids are a little heavy this morning. Perhaps it is because it is raining, perhaps because it’s a Monday morning, whatever the reason, I have granted myself 45 minutes to shake off the sleepiness and to put on a day of energy and enthusiasm. If you are in desperate need of Monday morning
Every accomplishment starts with the decision to try, and today is the beginning of the end of a great accomplishment for my brother Nick. Tonight at around 7pm, Nick will turn in his 686 page dissertation that will finalize his journey towards his PhD in Archeology from Bryn Mawr College. Entitled Middle and Late Bronze