After a divorce, you will meet a variety of people, all with their own ideas about what you should or should not do. Even though they all will have good intentions, they will likely boil down to one of three specific kinds of people. Allow me to introduce you to the 3 people you will know […]
Despite what the picture would imply, this post isn’t about diamonds. Well, actually it is. It’s about a diamond you once gave someone you loved. I like to have fun with my posts, but I’ve been feeling compelled to take a more serious approach and share a simple concept I feel needs to be heard. […]
There’s a song on country radio right now by Tim McGraw titled “Humble and Kind” which I feel teaches important lessons for anyone willing to learn them. For me, it speaks to the idea of remembering what matters most in life. It’s a song that I believe everyone should hear at least once, and I […]
Divorce is messy and painful. That was the easy part to understand. I had seen enough people go through it to know. After 14 years of marriage, I was now a single dad who had not been in the dating world since last decade. I felt like a boy who finally found the nerve to […]
“I have a problem!” You hear iterations of this statement all the time. Everyone has a problem. But do they really? You can look up various definitions of the word Problem, but they all indicate that a problem is something that is difficult to deal with, or a source of trouble. They all paint a […]
I am happy to announce that I have partnered with The Huffington Post as an independent blogger.
My first post was published today! Read the post here!
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We’ve all heard the adage “When God closes a door he opens a window” but do we really know what that means? More importantly, what does it really mean to you… personally? The other day I faced one such example. My colleague and I had been working hard on a project that would have been […]
I was recently somewhere where I was held up late into the evening, well past dinner. Famished from a long day of meetings, and still hours away from going home, I decided I would see what caught my eye at the vending machine. After studying my options for a moment, I decided I felt a […]