Browsing Category : Inspiration

The Subtle Art Of Not Giving a F%ck


The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck: A Counterintuitive Approach to Living a Good Life Why you’d love it – It basically is a common sense approach to help you CHOOSE carefully which things you should actually care about.  We recommend you read a recent post of ours then by this book because you don’t have time to care about…

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#healthyishappy


We have learned there is a direct relationship between healthiness and happiness.  If your health is a priority, your body will perform better, you will be able to do more, you will be in less pain, and you will be happier.  People around you will see that, and they will want it to.

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Choosing What NOT To Do Is Actually A Good Thing


Saying yes to everything is an easy trap to fall into and trying to do too much at once never works out.  Your time and energy are both finite and valuable.  If you are always saying yes when you really want to say no then you are just giving your time and energy away. Here is a surfing analogy to illustrate…

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On Fire: The 7 Choices to Ignite a Radically Inspired Life


On Fire: The 7 Choices to Ignite a Radically Inspired Life Why you’d love it – This book is incredibly inspirational and will absolutely give you a refreshing and much needed perspective on life.  John O’Leary’s comeback story is remarkable and teaches you what is important in life and how you can make the best of it.      …

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Worth Reading – Running Man by Charlie Engle


Running Man: A Memoir of Ultra-Endurance  Why you’d liked it – For the record, I do not consider myself a runner and this book is not just about running.  It really is an inspirational story by an inspirational person.   I am fortunate that I have not had to struggle with addiction in my life but I have seen it destroy…

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#memoriesoverstuff


At this point in our life we have come to value what gives us memories, experiences and awesome photos over the nice material stuff society tells us we need. We wish we would have realized this a bit earlier in our life but better a little later than a little never.

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