Goals · Inspiration · Motivation

Design Your Perfect Calendar

Decide how you would like to live your ideal lifestyle, day in and day out. Design your perfect calendar from January to December.1. What would you like to do on your weekends and vacations?2. How much time would you like to take off each week, month, and year?3. Where would you like to go?4. How… Continue reading Design Your Perfect Calendar

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Things You Learn When Life Doesn’t Turn Out The Way You Wanted

We often grow up with an idea of what our life will look like when we are at a certain age, more often than not, it is a realistic image, and more often than not, life doesn’t necessarily mirror the image we had for it. At that moment, we can feel inadequate, we can feel… Continue reading Things You Learn When Life Doesn’t Turn Out The Way You Wanted

Advise · Article · Inspiration

Ways To Make Peace With The Things You Can’t Change

1. You stop assuming what you lose is for the worst. I just realized that I lost my favorite book of all time. I’ve had it for two years. The pages are barely hanging on by threads, and it’s filled with notes and thoughts and underlined sentences and paragraphs. I’m pretty sure I left it… Continue reading Ways To Make Peace With The Things You Can’t Change

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Repost: How Many Celebrity Tragedies Before We Understand That Fame And Money Don’t Mean Happiness?

There are many conversations to be had in the wake of Robin Williams’ death. About the perils of depression; the silent weight of scrutiny that’s internalized when we treat famous people like characters, not humans; and the love a generation could have for a man, though we hadn’t taken a moment to discuss him until… Continue reading Repost: How Many Celebrity Tragedies Before We Understand That Fame And Money Don’t Mean Happiness?

Article · Inspiration · Post

Don’t Wait To Be Inspired, Don’t Only Act On Passion

The feeling of being “inspired” is very often just finding something brilliant, and trying to emulate it. The rush and desire makes us manic and driven because we think we are actively becoming greater than ourselves. We find something we perceive as so great, we want others to perceive us – our take, our idea,… Continue reading Don’t Wait To Be Inspired, Don’t Only Act On Passion

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Quotes That Will Give You The Resolve To Simplify Your Life

I have deep faith that the principle of the Universe will be beautiful and simple. – Albert Einstein Well, I like to eat, sleep, drink, and be in love. I like to work, read, learn, and understand life. – Langston Hughes I do believe in simplicity. It is astonishing as well as sad, how many… Continue reading Quotes That Will Give You The Resolve To Simplify Your Life

Advise · Inspiration · Life · Motivation

20 Simple Reminders To Keep You Going When You Don’t Know What To Do With Your Life

1. Believe that your calling is closer than you think. We spend so much time thinking about what our calling is and how we will fulfill it instead of trying to follow our curiosity or the excitement we feel towards something over the other. 2. Our calling may not be life-changing, but it guides our… Continue reading 20 Simple Reminders To Keep You Going When You Don’t Know What To Do With Your Life

Advise · Humility · Inspiration

What Young People Need To Know About Humility

It is a conceit of the young to believe that because something has occurred to them, it is a novel idea, one unknown to previous, plodding generations. This tendency cuts across the board and includes young Christians. And then they read the classical philosophers… the Church Fathers… the Protestant Reformers… the Enlightenment thinkers… Alexis de… Continue reading What Young People Need To Know About Humility

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Are We Over- Protecting Our Children?

This post was first posted on Breakpoint. Maybe you’ve heard that phrase “killing them with kindness”? According to some, that may be what our culture is doing to today’s college students, at least psychologically. Peter Gray, a research professor at Boston College, sees what he calls “declining student resilience.” At one major university, “emergency calls… Continue reading Are We Over- Protecting Our Children?