Confession: I have often referred to multiple places as “home” without feeling any sense of conflict. There is an old proverb that says, “Home is where the heart is.” I do not know if the author of this proverb meant that home can be multiple places at once or that I should make my home […]Read more "Home: The Dragon’s Resting Place"
Confession: I probably do not take enough mental health days, but I surely want to. What is a mental health day? I’m glad you asked! Mental health days are days dedicated to your inner self. Stressful work, hectic family interactions, tight finances, heavy school load, irritating relationships, and more all prompt the necessity of a […]Read more "Mental Health Day: The Relaxing Dragon"
Confession: I am not a health expert or even trained in health other than 9th grade health class and personal Googling skills. So the last two weeks my wife and I have begun changing our eating habits. One of the first things we realized was how many unhealthy things we had eaten over the years […]Read more "Health: The Dragon’s Longevity"
Confession: I wish I was better at doing better consistently It’s January 2018, and most likely you have set some goals or know a close friend or family member who made resolutions. Maybe they were written, maybe just spoken aloud, or for some it could have just been personal convictions that you wanted to follow. […]Read more "Consistency: The Dragon’s Wings"
Confession: Humility has not always been associated with my character. Additional confession: I think this should be a virtue that everyone seeks to incorporate daily. So humility is not your strength? And it’s not my strength? So what gives me the right to talk about it? Well, as of right now the Bill of Rights […]Read more "Humility: The Dragon in the Cave"
Confession: I am in a history class right now, so reflecting on history has been immensely beneficial for me. It has been a little over two months since my last post. I got busy. Graduate School Fall semester started back up, where I have three classes that all have a lot of reading and researching […]Read more "History: The Dragon’s heritage"
Confession: I have more often than I care to admit acted before I thought about my action or its consequences. I don’t know why so many people struggle with acting before processing – I know I am not alone. And yet, every time I do it, I feel like I am the sole idiot who […]Read more "Actions: The Dragon’s Fire"