This is an excellent article by Kerry MacDonald, who has been traveling around the country this year learning about microschools and other alternatives to the conventional classroom. In a World Full of Robots, Humans Wanted | Cato Institute “So we got progress reports home saying she can only count to 100, but she should be
You have to control your focus to feel good. In fact, it is the only thing you do have control of. You can’t control others or at-the-moment situations you find yourself in, but you can control what you think about and what you give your attention to…
You are worthy, and your perspective is valid. You have a unique point of view, and it matters. You matter whether anyone else recognizes that at any moment or not. Do not be dependent on other people’s opinions of you for your own happiness!
An excerpt from my book Bliss Or Bust: Uplifting Thoughts. If what you’re thinking about makes you feel bad, it affects your energy level in a bad way. It lowers your vibe. If you’re thinking about something that makes you feel bad, you will quickly start to feel stressed or tired or just generally have
An excerpt from my book Bliss Or Bust: Uplifting Thoughts follows. Speaking is intention in action. What you talk about demonstrates the direction of your momentum. What you choose to say out loud is revealing. You show where your focus is and where it generally hangs out by the words you put together and release
What follows is an excerpt from my book Bliss Or Bust: Uplifting Thoughts. If you want to make a permanent change to improve yourself in any way, then the importance of feeling good cannot be overestimated. Many people don’t realize that they can feel good whenever they want to and without needing exercise, food, drink,
What follows is an excerpt from my book Bliss Or Bust: Uplifting Thoughts. Plan ahead to feel inspired. You can anticipate feeling inspired soon and often whether it is about a certain decision you want to make or just in general. Calmly move forward knowing that inspiration is all around you. Notice it now. You
What follows is an excerpt from my book Bliss Or Bust: Uplifting Thoughts. When feelings of justified anger arise, find a larger perspective. You can practice diffusing and releasing feelings of anger. Do it for your own wellbeing, not for their sake. Looking at all the details of the situation fuels the fire. So take
What follows is an excerpt from my book Bliss Or Bust: Uplifting Thoughts. When there are things about yourself or your life that you want to improve, it is easy to get frustrated. You quickly notice where you are and what you don’t like about it. You begin to talk to and about yourself negatively.
What follows is an excerpt from my book Bliss Or Bust: Uplifting Thoughts. Personal development is an ever-evolving process of making more and better distinctions about who you are and what you want. Life is about choices and those choices accumulate to define the path of your life’s journey. You choose again and again as
We switched to homeschooling for the second time in 2015 and have been going strong since then. We made the first pass at homeschooling with a public charter school in Las Vegas called Odyssey Charter School in 2012 when our son was in second grade. They had what I believed to be an innovative program
I wrote yesterday about Kelly Hogan and Zero Carb Life. Today, I want to mention the very first modern person I ever heard of who made an intentional and ongoing nutritional plan to eat only meat. That person is Dr. Shawn Baker. It was fall 2019, and I was exploring the low-carb rabbit hole on
Periodically, I plunge into a vocational astrology review. I don’t know why. It’s just something that fascinates me. I’ve studied several approaches to vocational astrology over the years, including ideas from Noel Tyl, Judith Hill, and Charles Luntz. I want to tell you that one way, in particular, is best for getting a solid answer,
Today I keep thinking about Mark Scatzker’s book “The End of Craving.” I read it at the end of last year, and it was one of my favorite books of the year. There were many interesting case studies and ideas in the book, and I highly recommend it. In particular, my thoughts return to Dana