Staying Put

I’ve been busy for the last few weeks.

Right now, I’m staying put in the Huntington Beach/Santa Ana areas of California. I’m working on projects with a former contractor I worked with and it has been taking up my time.

When I’m not working, I go to the gym because I feel it is absolutely imperative to get myself back in shape both physically and mentally. I’ve also realized that when I’m not traveling around and experiencing the newness of life, my desire to blog and share ideas, whether practical or spiritual, becomes blocked.

So my apologies for anyone who has wondered why I haven’t been blogging this month and I’m just now getting back to those who have emailed me. I appreciate the emails very much!

I still plan to travel up to Montana and blog about random life philosophies, but right now, I’m staying put for a while and working in the material world. I hope all of you have a wonderful day and hopefully I’ll post something awesome soon. Cheers!



What Makes A Great Teacher?

To me, a great teacher is one who loves to learn but doesn’t primarily focus on trying to teach. The teaching just comes naturally.

I feel this way because from all of the teachers, whether grade school teachers, professors, instructors, etc. that I’ve had, the ones I learned from the most, were the ones who were always open to learning from their students while they expressed everything that they’ve already learned or experienced.

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Reblogging Is Cool!

Honestly, I should be doing this more often.

There’s a lot of really great information out there that I’ve come across that I feel should be shared with those who haven’t yet been connected with the goods. And there’s a lot of information that people may be looking for but haven’t been able to find, that is until they see a reblog posted.

Reblogging is a great way to share because it comes from the original source and it also helps to pull in the readers they deserve but haven’t yet acquired.

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