Lessons Learned: Tennis Tournament

Growing up my parents were constantly trying to find ways to keep me busy. I didn’t realize it at the time but I’m sure my energy level was nothing short of exhausting. In the summer’s they were always trying to find things to keep me busy. I went to day camps and summer school. I … Continue reading Lessons Learned: Tennis Tournament

Sweet Potatoes and Tofu

Tonight for dinner we ate sweet potatoes and tofu over rice. This is not a normal meal in our house because there is almost always meat at the center of every dish. I recently finished reading The Blue Zones, second addition, by Dan Buettner and I have to say it has me thinking. I thought … Continue reading Sweet Potatoes and Tofu

Being Super

Well, we have another year and once again the Patriots are back in the Super Bowl. It is a hard pill for me to swallow. As the Patriots have been on their unprecedented run, I watched them beat the Seahawks in heartbreaking fashion. Then as a life long Chiefs fan I watched them knock my … Continue reading Being Super

Are You Sober?

I know what you are thinking. Tony, that is none of your business! I totally agree and that’s why this post will not be about drug or alcohol use. What it is about are states of mind. Those times when you haven’t taken anything to alter your state of mind, yet you may not be … Continue reading Are You Sober?

Lifeonare

I recently read the book Lifeonare by Steve Cook and Shawn McCloskey and thought the premise was worth talking about. The book itself is an OK read, my biggest criticism is parts of it read like brochure for their seminars, but it does have a good overall theme it is trying to get across. The … Continue reading Lifeonare

“Fried”

In the June 2018 issue of Men’s Health there is an article, “Fried” that is a great read. No, unfortunately not about fried food. It is about burnout at work. It talks about common things like unplugging from your phone and unfair compensation, but it also mentions less obvious ones like not having your job … Continue reading “Fried”