Life will always be an unfinished project.

Life is an unfinished project. Life will always be an unfinished project, incomplete and imperfect. The end of every finished task waterfalls into the beginning of an unfinished and new journey. Perfect imperfection constantly moving forward. Don’t regret your incomplete nature. Incompleteness does not mean you are unaccomplished, unworthy of …

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9 manual labor tips I had to learn the hard way

 9 manual labor tips I had to learn the hard way   1)     Wear gloves. It was a sunny October day where I live in Phoenix Arizona. My friend and I were moving some lumber and I asked “Do you want some gloves?”. He looked at me slightly confused and …

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4 secrets to a killer garden

So you’re ready to start a killer garden this year? There’s nothing better than fresh grown fruits and vegetables right from your back yard. They taste better, are cheaper than store bought veggies, and are at the peak of freshness. That is if you can keep the plants healthy enough …

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10 things you can do today to start saving $2054 a year!

Save some money

Deferred gratification is a great sign of maturity and long term planning but every now and then it’s nice to find things you can go right out and put in action immediately while your long term plans mature into reality. With that in mind, here’s  a list of things you …

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Why it’s healthy to look like a dumbass sometimes…

dumbass

Do you know that one friend you have? You know the one who’s always citing things that are obviously not accurate. Things that a 2 minute search on snopes.com or google can disprove? Well unfortunately I have that friend, and on rare occasion I AM that friend. I wish it …

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15 bits of farm wisdom that are still relevant today

Ever notice how there do seem to be some truths that carry throughout generations and time; proving their validity and insights hold true even in modern times. Human nature doesn’t really change, even when we have an amazing digital world where we can access all knowledge with the click of …

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3 questions to ask yourself when you’re in a bad mood

In my ongoing efforts to hack my mood, I recently had the opportunity to sit in on my own internal monologue and review it objectively. A whiney whimpery little voice had replaced my usual commanding baritone James Earl Jones esque narration (Hey it’s my internal monologue, I’ll make it sound …

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Making 60k salary with no debt versus 100k with debt

It’s not how much you earn, it’s how much you save. It’s not how much you make; it’s how much you keep. That’s the saying that sticks in my mind when thinking about smashing through debts in my journey to live unshackled by bills, mortgages, economic servitude, and just payments …

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