Survival Guide

The World Needs Your Story Photo by Ian Keefe on Unsplash The Basic Survival Guide Basic survival guides include instructions on how to find and purify water, start and tend a fire, build a temporary shelter, read a compass, hunt and find food, successfully cook food over a campfire, dress a wound and learn how to tie a... Continue Reading →

An Owl’s Eyes

Photo by Ahmed Badawy on Unsplash The color of owls’ eyes tells a story. The eye color of an owl helps to indicate their type of species as well as the time of day he likes to hunt. The Purpose of Each Color Owls with dark brown or black eyes like to hunt at night. They can hunt in total... Continue Reading →

Cheering For the Underdog- Even When That’s Us

Photo by Jorge Aguilar on Unsplash Celebrating the Underdog Cinco de Mayo celebrates Mexico’s victory over the French in the battle of Puebla. The French Army was bigger and much better prepared. The French had more men, and more weapons. Mexico was certainly the underdog in the Battle of Puebla. People love it when the underdog is successful.... Continue Reading →

Finding Purpose and Making Meaning

Volcanoes Massive Volcano Eruption Plumes of ash rise from the forest after a massive volcano eruption on Kilauea Volcano in Hawaii, on May 3, 2018. The eruption also reshaped the island, forming a new black sand beach and even a short-lived baby island off its coast. It officially ranks as one of the most dangerous volcanoes in the... Continue Reading →

When the Opportunity Looks Crummy

Learning When to Say Yes Photo by Tadeu Jnr on Unsplash What If The Opportunity Looks Differently than Planned Wanting to become a great aviator, Amelia Earhart couldn’t make her living as a pilot so she took a job as a social worker. One day, however she was offered a pretty offensive opportunity. It went along the lines... Continue Reading →

2,130 Games: Showing Up Matters

Photo by Daniel Vargas on Unsplash On April 30th, 1939, Lou Gehrig played his last game with the Yankees. On the last day in April, his consecutive streak of 2,130 games ended. Gehrig’s record stood until Cal Ripken, Jr. broke it in 1995. Gehrig was an incredibly accomplished player, and played a large part in leading the Yankees... Continue Reading →

Why I Can Believe In Myself

Maybe I Already Have the Ability Within Me Photo by Andy Montes de Oca on Unsplash I Did Some Digging After a failed attempt at running a pace, I should have been able to master no matter what, I decided I needed to revisit what happened in my last run. I also decided to write a pep talk to... Continue Reading →

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