Feeling stressed? Try this easy breathing exercise to feel more energetic!
The great thing about the exercise is you can do it anywhere and it takes relatively no time whatsoever. It can be done standing or sitting, walking or in the car and one full cycle takes a minute and a half or less.
Here we go again pilgrim! This is the second installment of the 'Wayne Ideal' series. The concept takes John Wayne's characters and pulls characteristics from them that we would be wise to apply to our own lives. Check it out here!
A runner is a runner is a runner? Maybe, maybe not. Not all runners are created equal. Ultra runners run for 24 hours straight, hundred plus miles in one go, who eat without breaking stride, people who vomit and keep running. Some call it the ultimate endurance test, and how could you tell them they're wrong? Click here for 3 lessons from ultra runner Scott Jurek.
The characters of John Wayne are men that act with extreme conviction. They all have a common thread of justice and stalwartness. This ideal of adulthood and independence can be called, the ‘Wayne Ideal’. Click here for Lesson #1.
Having a library of quotes is a great way to keep yourself in check. To be able to recall a quip of the past helps put problems in perspective and remember that this trouble has been tackled before.
Here a few more motivational quotes to help you get up and “Get Action!”
Like it or hate it; here is our list of the top 5 hitchhikers from past to present!
You won't expect #4...
"...we may do better to look to solid workers who aren’t as flashy as those at the top, but consistently perform well." - Alina Tugend, New York Times Read more!
Here is a list of ways that you can make your travel experience last a lifetime and beyond just like Theodore Roosevelt.
1. Write write write!
2. Don't seek comfort!
... see the detailed list here!
"Passage" What does it means to be an adult.
We try to answer that.
Having a goal can be just the driving force you need. Here's why we think a great adventure should have a great ending. Read more!
There are many recent blog entries and articles talking about how adolescence is now seeping well into the 20s and 30s with the blame being pointed at millennials being spoiled rotten. Read more!