Picketpost Mountain has been a hike on my list all summer. It’s a two and a half hour drive from where I live, just to get to the site. My first mistake was not gaining more knowledge on what I was getting myself in to. I just saw a picture of the mailbox at the … More Disappointment Trail.
I recently went to the Bulletproof conference in Pasadena, and those around me may have noticed a slight change in my behavior and attitude. My mom just so happened to win two tickets, so we decided we had to go since it was on our wish list. On the drive down we were talking about … More Bulletproof.
When I was a child, I believed I had the world at my fingertips. As I made friends and interacted with others I watched them put themselves down and think poorly of themselves. I began to think I was wrong for feeling so hopeful and confident. Little by little, my brightness began to fade. I … More Light.
One of the best feelings is when I start seeing progress when I’ve been working so hard. But what I have found better than that is when I feel a little down, because I can’t see as many results as I would like, and then someone points out how far I’ve progressed. For example, I’ve … More Progress.