Developing a Boundary – The Code for a Life Fully Lived

Feb. 23, 2019 by

Being able to set a boundary can be the difference between a life well lived and a life not lived. There’s this thing in software development where the developer writes the code in such a way that it prevents the

Truth – The Honest Warrior Still Stands

Truth – The Honest Warrior Still Stands

May. 5, 2016 by

The truth is supposed to set you free, but sometimes that’s hard to see when you’re in the middle of the darkness wondering how things will ever get better. I’m sitting in the hospital as I type. No sleep, so

Caring – When Fixing Something Hurts More than Helps

Caring – When Fixing Something Hurts More than Helps

Oct. 2, 2014 by

  Sometimes caring about somebody else’s business turns into a great big mess.    You know, when you try to do something nice, but then it ends up not turning out so well. Like the time I held the door for

Ten Ways to NOT Go Back to the Bad Stuff

Ten Ways to NOT Go Back to the Bad Stuff

Feb. 22, 2014 by

(or tips on not being that dog who returns to his vomit)   Making it to the other side of the bad stuff in life can produce more than simply a sigh of relief. It can create confidence, hope, and

Makin’ Momma Mad

Makin’ Momma Mad

Jul. 9, 2013 by

While I was out getting a little exercise the other day, I overheard a snippet of a conversation. I had just gotten to the path by a neighborhood playground when I came up on two boys. They couldn’t have been

Word of the Week— NO

Word of the Week— NO

Dec. 3, 2012 by

“No” –A negative used to express refusal in response to a question or a request. In this season of parties, gift buying, and traditions, it’s important to cultivate your ability to use the word “no”. Saying “no” doesn’t have to

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