August 2017 was my wake up call. I'd been checked into the hospital with stroke level blood pressure readings and it took them a couple of days to get my blood pressure to stay low at Hypertension stage 1 levels with medication and constant monitoring. Having to start taking blood pressure medicine every day didn't... Continue Reading →
Are we what we repeatedly do? Once you start making poor decisions, does it get easier and easier to allow ourselves to make more and more poor decisions?
Recently I heard someone explaining the key to having good relationships and friendships, and they compared it to a checking account. Once you've established an account, you want to make sure the account stays in the positive and that it grows over time. Your account grows by making consistent positive deposits, and always depositing more... Continue Reading →
At first look this quote by Chuck Close, a very talented and revered artist of our time, is a put off. It definitely made quite a few of my optimistic, full of life, and motivating Facebook friends march full force on my page, RIDE OR DIE, to prove the case for inspiration and how EVERYBODY... Continue Reading →