In very plain words, my body is trying to kill itself. Scientists have known for a while that the human body is not meant to digest grains. They’ve also known that in order to prevent being eaten, most grains produce toxins that harm our bodies. Now, for the majority of people, this means very little […]Read more "Armed and Dangerous"
Let’s get reacquainted with each other. If you’ve gone through my blog before I bet you’re beginning to sense a pattern. Write for a few days leave for a few months, rinse and repeat. I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again, I’m terrible at writing consistently. But when I started this blog it […]Read more "Hello again"
I know, I was supposed to get to this post earlier but life gets in the way sometimes and I’ll write more about that later! As I wrote about in my last post, I’m on the path to minimalism. I’ve been going through all my items over the past week and paring down my possessions. […]Read more "Boxes"
I am converting. Converting to an ideology of simplicity. I think when most people hear the word, “minimalism,” the image that comes to mind is of some twenty-something year old hipster that spends their time in coffee shops reading obscure books and dressing sharply. Or a rather austere or crazy individual that lives with, like, only […]Read more "Minimalism"
It’s been a while since I’ve shouted into the blank void that seems to be the internet sometimes, but here I am, preparing to yell a little bit. So yeah. It’s been a few months since I’ve written on this blog. Coming back and looking at this, it reminds me of the multitude of journals […]Read more "Hello From Out Here"
I’ve been listening to some new bands and albums and I want to share some of my favorite songs! I LOVE Fall Out Boy, from early to re-emerging to their new album! They’ve come back from hiatus stronger than ever with an incredible new sound that promises many more heart-stopping hits for the future! Now […]Read more "8 Albums That Should Be On Your Radar"
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“There is a boredom to greatness. You need to be able to do the little things consistently, day-in day-out; and it doesn’t matter how much you love what you’re doing— it get’s boring. But it’s what separates the good from the great.” -Just a little inspiration from The Old Geezer