Wellbeing

Getting Help

Getting help is a term we all are familiar with. The words inspire empathy, care and concern. Those sentiments can turn to surprise and fear, when the help is related… Read more »

Looking Back

My absence here is an obvious and I hope my return is a welcomed fragrance for you. I wanted to give you an update, by way of this post, on… Read more »

What I’ve Really Learned Most From Worry

Worry In Life’s Classroom: In my last post, there was only a title and a blank page. In a clever (so I thought) way I wanted to communicate that worry… Read more »

Why Fear Blocks You

The Age of Fear In many ways we live in an age where fear is the driving motivator for so many. It’s crippling, it’s debilitating, and I can fill in… Read more »

5 Reasons to Stop and Look Around

I’ve ┬áspent a lot of time communicating the importance of stopping and looking around. The path to finding the moments, and moments are gifts, if we stop and look around…. Read more »

A New Approach to HIIT

In the last month I suffered an injury to my left Achilles and it’s compromised my ability to run and do some other types of exercise I normally do. A… Read more »

The Trade

As I progress through life, I am more aware of the trade-offs each day brings. When I look at my calendar, when I reflect on my thoughts or when I… Read more »

The Space Between the Notes

I’ve been thinking a lot about the space between the notes, in music and in life. Quite frankly, the blending of the two. As a musician, I was taught about… Read more »

Living In the Incongruent

Are you living in the incongruent? Some years ago, my life was full of incongruent statements and values. I could quickly tell you how important God was to me, and… Read more »

Fully Present

Are you fully present? The above question could be the most exposing question of our time. Let’s be real; we live in the age of distractions. It’s no surprise that… Read more »

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