This one talks about the perils of "should" statements in how we view ourselves and gives a simple question to ask ourselves when we feel down.
Author: Ian Weir
Those of you who have been following the blog for a while know that I tend to lean hard on metaphors to illustrate whatever point I'm trying to make. I've talked about plants, welding ground clamps, Army PT tests, even velociraptors to help drive home points in a memorable and entertaining way. It's great! It's … Continue reading Community
“Get The Demons Out!”
When I was in the Army there were certain words and phrases that just seemed to be woven into the fabric of the culture. I'm not sure how these sayings spread so effectively and universally but it seemed that, no matter where you were, they were always around. Most are, um, colorful (and many are … Continue reading “Get The Demons Out!”
Stronger Than A Plant
This is the story of the world's toughest plant and the lessons on resilience I've learned from it
A Simple Reminder
A simple reminder that everything's gonna be ok. Seriously.
Hey guys! I just wanted to let you know I wrote a guest post on another blog! It's about figuring out how to move forward after my whole life plan evaporated in one day. Check it out here!
Be The Nicest Human
This one talks about what I'm learning about being nice FROM being nice
This post gives you a goofy tool to help you remember that everything doesn't need a timeline.
This post reminds us that its ok to not feel in control sometimes, and gives a one sentence thought to help us remember.
I Can Do Hard Things
This one's a reminder that we can do hard things and talks about how doing those things can feel really, really good.