Minimalism: The Documentary

Life isn’t a game of who can accumulate the most stuff. Life is a game against yourself to accumulate more life experiences, more happiness, more relationships, more smiles, and more love.

Minimalism is something that has been on my radar for a while and to some degree something I have practiced in my own life. That being said, I really don’t know that much about it, so last night I decided to watch the documentary Minimalism on Netflix to see what all the fuss is about. To […]

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I Failed

Thanksgiving Meal

Another Thanksgiving has come and I have failed. On January 1st of this year, I set the goal to feed 10 families for Thanksgiving. Nothing extravagant. Just turkey, dressing, a few of the fixings, and maybe a dessert. Regardless, I failed. I am not writing this for sympathy or for a pat on the back […]

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Put It All on the Table

Put it all on the table. Be Seen Be You.

I have sat down to write this post probably 10 times. Each time I have erased what I wrote because it sounds like I am writing it on a job application expecting to be judged for my answers. Ironically, this is 100% against the point of Be Seen Be You. Who am I? I love […]

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Be Inquisitive

Question Marks

Today, I was schooled by a kid. On the way to the trash bin at my apartment complex, I was joined by a kid working his summer job. From the moment he joined me, he began asking questions. His first questions were about the apartment complex: What is it like living there, how much does […]

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Blood Work

Blood test tube.

Go get comprehensive blood work done! Why is this important? After fighting with seemingly random health problems for the past few years, I had comprehensive blood work done in January 2016 . Sure, I had been to doctors over the years and they ran blood work, but it was always the basic tests which came back […]

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