I had finally finished my extensive research and lined up all of my flights for the retreat in Thailand that I’d been so excited about for the last month. I was feeling pretty proud of myself too since I’d done it all for a small amount of both miles and money.… Read the rest
This is the second part to my Annual Review 2015 post – for Part 1, click here.
What next year might hold
It may not always be obvious to those who have read it, but the central theme of one of my all-time favorite books, Way of the Peaceful Warrior, is love in all of its forms.… Read the rest
My very first thought on 2015? It was one HELL of a year. What a ride!
Truly, overall it was a very good year and I didn’t have many negative things that happened or too much to complain about.
What Went Well in 2015
I cleaned up my finances.
After a very slow start to my writing business and being unemployed for about 50% of 2014, I exited the year in debt for the first time in my life.… Read the rest
This past weekend turned into an important tale I simply had to share with my readers.
I’ve talked in previous articles about how vital the people in our lives are and how we all need to learn to jive with the flow of life. But this…this really takes those two concepts and ties them together in a neat little bow.… Read the rest
Now that I’m back at home and working on the golf course more regularly (we’ll get to that in a moment), my conversation with many of the regular golfers has generally gone something like this:
Golfer: Hey Gen! How’s the traveling going? Where are you off to next?
Me: As a matter of fact, I’m not in that job anymore, I left the company.… Read the rest