The Scale Scared the Hell Outta Me

It was pretty shocking to me to look down at the scale (after not having seen it for probably a year) and see that I weighed 379 lbs…at 5’8.  WHAT IN ALL THE FUCK? Coronavirus + living with mom has not treated me well at all.  It’s emergency time.  Honestly, it’s been emergency time.  Too […]

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Play With Your Heart, Not Your Head

I was going to do a review on Jerry Maguire, but the clip below is one of the main messages I took away from it. In the clip below Jerry Maguire (Tom Cruise) is a sports agent trying to get his client/NFL wide receiver, Rod Tidwell (Cuba Gooding Jr.), the bigger, longer, contract Rod is […]

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Double Jeopardy Review

I love movies like this!  Very much an “I-don’t-know-what’s-going-to-happen-next” type of movie starring the great Ashley Judd and Tommy Lee Davidson.  I know…those are called thrillers.  But all thrillers aren’t created equal.  I need realistic thrillers.  Stuff that could actually happen before I’m interested. The movie starts of quickly building some tension when when Libby […]

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My First Darshan Blessing

Two days ago I attended my first Darshan online with Swami Vishwananda.  I was invited by my friend as sort of a peek into his world and how he’s living (Shout out to Quinn!). It started with about 5o0+ people on a Zoom call waiting on Swami Vishwananda to arrive.  We were encouraged to keep […]

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Too Grounded or Not Grounded Enough?

Are you feeling too grounded or not grounded enough? “Too grounded” symptoms:  You feel at peace, and you’ve felt at peace for a long time.  Nothing is really changing in your life from day to day and you feel like you’re just going through the motions.   Your needs are met, but you really feel […]

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Get The Specific Help You Need

Think about what you lacked growing up. Was there structure in your house growing up?  Was it too structured?  Did you lack spontaneity and fun?  Were you missing a father figure or a mother?  Did you have brothers and/or sisters?  Did you grow up alone?  Were you parents physically and emotionally available?  Was there addiction? […]

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Make it Social

There was a time when I used to do most things alone.  I didn’t feel lonely, or a loner or any other negative label people associate with doing things alone.  It was just normal to me.  This was until I met someone who was the opposite.  He hated doing anything alone, and he needed someone […]

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The Last Dance is Badass

So…I have finished watching the 10-part series documenting the Chicago Bulls last season of their championship run, appropriately named The Last Dance. This is such an incredible story with all the elements of a great drama.  There were ups, downs, victories, losses, skill building, betrayal.  I’m pretty sad it’s over. The last emotion the documentary […]

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