Compound Settling

In Bronnie Ware’s book “The Top Five Regrets of the Dying,” you’ll find the following: “Most people had not honored even half of their dreams and had to die knowing it was due to choices they made, or not made.” How do you feel when you read this? Does reading this pull the strings of…

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Our “ugly” stove

When we bought our current home in 2001, we inherited the seller’s white appliances. At the time, the appliances we inherited were in better condition than what we had. We left our appliances in the home we sold for the buyer. Well, as trends go, white appliances went out of style. Stainless steel became the…

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A secret letter

I recently wrote a secret letter to my wife. This secret letter contains very important information. She hasn’t read this letter. In fact, she hasn’t even seen this letter. The secret letter is hidden away with our wills and other important documents. I wrote this secret letter to my wife because there were many important…

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1% Every Month?

Check out this tweet: Steve Burns is a stock trader and it appears that his goal is to generate a net 1% return on his trades each month. I’m sharing this because this is different than how most people think when they invest. Most people invest to make big gains quickly. A good example might…

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“It was hard but it was so rewarding…”

Yesterday, I wrote this article and shared that my mother had trouble breathing due to complications from lung cancer. I questioned why we take the most important things in life (like breathing) for granted. I also shared that I will run full-all-out sprints as a way to remind myself not to take breathing for granted.…

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