Category Archive for: ‘Living Life Well’

  • Celebration Post!

    This is my 100th post!
    I started this blog on June 1, 2011 with the encouragement of a few really good friends.  It’s hard to describe how much I’ve enjoyed this process and what it’s done for me.  I’m also very flattered by the number of …

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  • What Size Gift?

    WHAT SIZE GIFT?
    Last week, the pastor where I go to church said something that really hit home.  His name is Kevin Myers and he does this often.
    He asked,
    “What size gift does it take for you to feel joy?”
    WOW!
    Many of us will base this Christmas on …

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  • Negotiation Tip #1

    There’s a neat commercial that’s currently on TV that shows a young man in different phases of life.  In each, he’s offered something and then he says the word, “And?”
    Then the person who’s offering gives him something in addition to the original offer. Two of …

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  • A Fall Getaway!

    One of the things that I love about my wife Sandy is her love for planning “FUN” things for us to do.  She’s an organizer.  She’s always thinking three or four months ahead.
    She’s also great at just deciding to do things at the spur of …

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  • October – “Solitude & Silence!”

    One Sunday afternoon a few years ago, I was flying out of Atlanta on a trip to the west coast.  I parked at a lot that I frequented back then which was a mile or so from the airport.
    As soon as I found an open …

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  • A Tear in Your Eye

    “When there’s a tear in your eye, and joy in your heart, that’s when you know life’s worth living.”
    Several days ago, I was on our deck by the pool playing cards with my wife Sandy.  The breeze was blowing, it was about 74° and there …

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  • Work / Life Balance

    Ecclesiastes 3:1 says, “There is a time for everything, and a season for every activity under heaven.”
    There are times to work and times to play.  Times to weep, and times to laugh.  Times to be still, and times to move.  But do you ever feel …

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  • Dichotomous Thinking

    James 4:1 asks, “What causes the fights and quarrels among you?”
    Good question!  As long as you are breathing, there will be conflicts in your life.  It’s a fact of life, and nothing we can do will ever stop these disagreements from taking place.  But understanding …

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