Cell phones are something that it is hard to separate anyone from these days. We can’t leave the house without them, and any time we don’t have our phones in our hand we loose our sh*t. Cell phones can be great, don’t get me wrong, but they have created a divide between people and reality. […]
The mind is a funny thing, it forces us to be its puppet throughout our lives, controlling our every move with negative thoughts. One negative thought can lead to weeks or months worth of lost progress, slowly building up making one bad thought turn into billions.
I realize I may not have been entirely clear in my last post. To clear up any misunderstandings I decided to expand upon my ideas. If you haven’t read my last blog you can click the link here to read it. I will also quickly summarize it for you. In that post, I talked about […]
Since there has been so much talk about our new podcast lately, I figured I would post it here for all of you to see. I hope you enjoy and are able to learn something. We branch off of my topic of accepting change from last week. I think there are some great life lessons […]
Intelligence is a very hard thing to interpret, just the very concept is an opinion. Intelligence is based on your views of life, and what you have learned. We split the concept of what we have learned into categories, and use that concept of categories to organize what we have learned […]
Throughout our lives, our goals and aspirations change. For some of us that can be intimidating and become overwhelming. The goal that you have been working towards is no longer there to be your safety net. Without every change, no matter how small, we wouldn’t be who we are today. Every step of our lives requires some sort of change, but if we aren’t willing to accept that change our lives will become stagnant. A stand still. As time rushes by, we are stuck in our safe routine of comfort.
The main idea of the broken window theory is that if a building or car has broken windows people are more likely to start vandalizing the property. In other terms, you could say that if something looks abandoned and uncared for, people will be more likely to mistreat and vandalize it.
Mental health is one of our biggest set backs in this world. Days come and go, but some days it feels as if the weight of the world is on our shoulders and we become functionless, while other days we are at the top or our game and able to get anything and everything done. […]
We live in a world where it seems like no one cares about the world around them, they are always looking for something different or something better. Why is it that we appreciate other cities or locations more than the ones we live in? Or is it that we don’t care at all?