Mindfulness Monday – Disposable

Tyler got really into trains when he was little. I bought him all this wooden track that would fit together really well and could be expanded as much as we wanted. It didn’t work on the carpet, so I bought a 4ft. x 8ft. piece of ¾ in. plywood we would put it on. It...

Long-Term Goals

I don’t know what I did, but I am having a lot of trouble with the feeling in my fingers so this may be short. I am thinking Sundays might be lighter days anyway. 5 Long-Term Goals Find a way out of this machine where we exchange time and energy for X amount of...

On Authority

Does it follow that I reject all authority? Perish the thought. In the matter of boots, I defer to the authority of the boot-maker. Mikhail Bakunin This quote pretty much sums up my entire perspective on authority. It is near impossible to spend a weekend with my...

Black Friday

I’m not actually writing about Black Friday, I just heard someone mention it on the news and decided it was my title. Not real news though, Good Morning America. Infotainment. What a stupid word. I am happy I don’t feel compelled to throw myself into the Black Friday...

Raising a Teenager

Someone asked me to write about raising a teenager. I am not a parenting expert, and I am probably a marginal parent much of the time, but I’ll do it anyway because I can. Here’s what I can tell you about raising a teenager: it’s freaking easy, because Tyler is a...

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