Most of my adult life I haven’t owned a car.
That used to be more true than it is today. Still, I almost never drive. However, without intention, I wouldn’t walk very much either.
Which is a crime.
I’ve found walking to be the perfect antidote for the lethargic perils of the information age.
“Did we move to Seattle and I missed it?” I had quipped to my wife. Looking out my window this morning it seemed it had been raining everyday for the past two weeks. Continue reading
Shortly after I began my journey with SUNY Empire State College in 2013 I decided to take a hiatus from my formal study of taekwondo and focus on the art of developing information systems. As a result, my physical health declined, my spirit suffered, and naturally my sense of wellness paled. Continue reading
Things have been pretty busy in my world lately. In June I began a new chapter of my professional life, when I accepted a new position as a software applications manager in the fenestration industry. Continue reading
I’m now at the end of week three of my journey back to physical health, and it’s Sunday (the Sabbath), so I felt it was a good time to reflect on how far I’ve come so far. Continue reading
I learned early in my career that progress and personal development rely heavily on self-evaluation and willful action, but in the Spring of 2008 when I shed my military uniform and began my lengthy transformation from Soldier to civilian, I couldn’t begin to understand how muddy that process could be upon assimilation. Continue reading
…push it…PUSH! You grew it, it’s yours!!!
My drill sergeants would be so disappointed right now…or not…they were a bit sadistic at times. At least that’s how they could be perceived. However, that was never my perspective. Continue reading