Making the case for Going Green

I've recently picked up a book by Rich Roll, called Finding Ultra, and it provided me with the push I needed to explore what a plant-based diet has to offer. In the past I've experimented with a Paleo diet and for some time I followed the strict version thereof with good results. Before delving into …

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Becoming a Happy Camper

Camping per se means that you left the comforts of home and embarked on a journey. So many people meander through life without ever leaving their comfort zones. Although death is tragic, there's nothing more heartbreaking than being alive and not living. Note to self: Magic does not happen in a comfort zone, it happens …

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The Power of Community – an underrated tool

The other day my daughter had to prepare a short talk on 'spectators' and their influence on her life. She started off by stating that two is better than one and then went on to describe how we all are spectators of each others' lives and that merely standing by and observing doesn't cut it …

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Tips from a Stay-at-Home Dad.

Being a stay-at-home-dad (SAHD) is the most rewarding, yet the most difficult thing I've ever done. Never has the 'all worthwhile things are hard-saying' been more true for me. It is difficult for a number of reasons: It is not the norm. The world, society, call it what you want, dictates that the man be …

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