I've had my juvenile days of pretending I have it all together, preaching to the masses, and saying stupid things that I thought were wise. Now, I'm only wise enough to know I'm not very wise. I know I don't have it all together. And, maybe that's where wisdom comes from--the ability to freely admit our weakness
It often feels like my job is to be an internet sponge. I soak up what’s going on in the world and then squeeze it out through Dadding Depressed. As I work throughout the week, I stumble upon many valuable resources that don’t always find a home in a blog post. So, here are a few of my favorite ones that I’ve found lately:
Today's my birthday, and it's a big one. Here's a lesson in honor of every year I've been alive.
"You know where wisdom comes from, right?" my dad asked over my car's purring engine. I anticipated the answer, just like how when I was a kid he'd ask, "Where do liars go?" and I'd recite, "The White House." His friends would laugh.
December 25, 2017 will be my final Christmas. Come January 16, there will be no turning back.
“Advancing your knowledge is never an issue. Whereas applying it, is a lot more problematic, specifically, when we think about just how little time we get during our forever-busy days to pause, take a deep breath, and just let yourself be.” HavingTime.com is an online storytelling magazine catered specifically for the modern lifestyle. It provides a…
This is an article featured on HavingTime.com. Here is an excerpt: “The grass is always greener on the other side.” We have heard it weightlessly tossed around all our lives and yet, we continue falling for it. [READ THE FULL ARTICLE AT HAVINGTIME.COM]