About two years ago I decided to give running a real shot. I noticed that when I travel, the best way to explore the area I’m in (and make up for all the unhealthy food I ate) is to go for a jog wherever I go.
The rush you get from traveling combined with the insane confidence you feel when you finish a long run was something I wanted to experience. And it’s oh so sweet. All I had to do was fall in love running. Easy, right? Not exactly.
Continue reading “When Resting is Harder than Working Out”
How often do we wish a stranger well? I’m not talking about your colleagues or your classmates. I’m talking about the person walking past you in the grocery store. The person next to you in the locker room, or maybe the person next to you right now.
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Tiny Homes are becoming a big hit.
Imagine this. You’re off for a few days, you don’t know what to do but you know you just need to go. Maybe Oregon? Or how about New York City? Or maybe the good old city of angels. So you walk outside your tiny house (200 sq. ft. to be exact) that’s attached to your car, and you just….. go.
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We all want it. Most of us were raised with the idea that getting it will be the smartest career move in our young adult lives. As graduation season is among us and our friends are getting ready to embark on their summer journeys, it got us thinking about the costs that come with that piece of paper. While there’s no doubt it’s extremely valuable, will it ever surpass the quality of experience?
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In a chaotic world of different minds,
mine is drawn to you.
In a crowded place of people all kinds,
all I can see is you.
Like an explorer who keeps his valuable finds,
an artist who reveres a precious design,
as long as the sun continues to shine,
I’m continually in awe of you.
I’m at ease when our thoughts align,
rareness is what you exude,
your presence is real and benign
and all I can see is you.
I continue to lose track of time,
since our two worlds have combined,
our love is the wildest one could ever find,
and all I want is you.
-This poem is part of an ongoing series titled “The Artist Spotlight.” If you know an artist who is worth being featured send them our way!