My word of the year for 2019 was Present. The idea was to be more focused on being in the moment. Setting aside distractions so that I was really being engaged in what was going on. I wanted to be more present when spending time with family, working, exercising, etc. Whatever I was doing I … Continue reading Present: Year in Review
A friend of mine recommended that I read the book Repacking Your Bags by Richard Leider and I’m glad I took his advice. While reading the book I instantly knew I would be doing a blog post about it. The book is about simplifying your life and uses a backpack as the metaphor that if … Continue reading Repacking My Bag
I’m currently sitting at Alta Lake, in Eastern Washington, watching the waves as my neighbors for the night get ready for bed. We are on a family camping trip and today my daughter and I were out on our paddle board. It wasn’t the calmest day on the lake and the ski boats were adding … Continue reading Ride It Don’t Fight It
Before you start reading this do me a favor and turn on the weather channel, check the weather on your phone, and take a look outside to see what the weather is up to. Great! Thanks for doing that, now you are prepared to have a conversation with someone because it seems like the weather … Continue reading How’s the Weather?
I was recently at an Easter egg hunt at our friend’s house when randomly a game of Flip Cup broke out. You may be thinking that an Easter egg hunt would be a strange place for a game of flip cup to be played or you may be thinking, what the heck is Flip Cup? … Continue reading Flip Cup
It is inevitable in life that you will end up in with some losses along the way and how you respond to those loses will determine how you progress in life. It is easy to see a loss as a defeat and a reason to give up. A loss is an easy out when something … Continue reading Turn an L into a W
As someone who has been around construction for my entire life, I have always had the perception that you build things to last forever. For a home Moceri Construction built to come crashing down would be devastating. For this reason, my mindset has always been that whatever I build, whether it be a relationship, an … Continue reading Lessons Learned: Sand Castle