Easter: After the Sugar-High

The eggs have been successfully hunted down with precision. The sugar highs have turned into sugar crashes. The pastel dresses and nicely pressed suits are hung/thrown back into the closet. The bunny ears are stored neatly to frighten children again next year. The Easter lilies are… somewhere. The day after Easter is referred to by many … Continue reading


You Will Gasp in Disbelief at How One Goon Failed Miserably at New Year’s Resolutions.

“11 Simple Ways To Not Be a Terrible Person in 2014” “Have a Mind-Meltingly Good Year By Following This One Weird (Possibly Illegal) Trick” “Achieve Total Global Domination These Next 52 Weeks!“ Well, interwebs – it’s happened again. We’ve sauntered into a new year and brought a blitzkrieg of “good” advice with us. The band … Continue reading


Grow Up

What did you want to be when you grew up? Or, perhaps it’s more appropriate to ask, what do you want to be when you grow up? I remember looking out the back window of our home years ago and seeing my little brother Trav playing in the backyard by himself. After a few minutes, … Continue reading



Yes –  another throwback from 2009: I think gyms are mostly comical. Not completely, but predominately. For a lot of men, they’re like a masculine catwalk with metallic obstacles – to make it more manly of course. I often see guys wearing their workout edition daisy-dukes and dental floss t-shirts, parading back and forth throughout … Continue reading



During my time in India a few years ago I spent the majority of my time in the poorest neighborhoods I could find. As it turns out, these neighborhoods were among the poorest, not only within India, but the entire world. Truthfully I don’t know if I have ever seen poverty like I did that … Continue reading



This is arguably the longest thing I have ever written. Be forewarned or skip all together! Did you catch those last two lines? “What are you without your stuff?” “Or better yet, without your stuff, who are you?” I don’t think I have to try very hard to make a convincing case that we have … Continue reading

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