Optimal living has become a theme of mine in my very own life. It’s a theme you’ll be seeing more of in posts, as I believe optimal living is key to our happiness and why I do this for a living.
Road trips don’t always have to be planned. Hell they don’t always have to be in a car either. Here I talk about the beauty of spinning negatives (job hunting) into positives by taking a step, being present, and appreciating where I am in life: geographically, physically, mentally, emotionally, and spiritually. Washington state, I love you.
This is the curriculum for my 1-month program geared to help transitioning veterans better acclimate to the humps, bumps, excitement, and opportunity that is the civilian world!
Getting energy isn’t the hard part: it’s maintaining it where it gets tricky. This article provides three healthy ways to maintain energy throughout the day and prevent the midday slump.
Revisiting a familiar experience in the form of a dream.
It can be tough to find the right job fit as veteran coming fresh out of the military. Know that there is no rush in finding out your true calling! This article outlines some key things to keep in mind when finding the right job fit for you.
Not many people can discuss sexual abstinence today with a straight face. Even less can admit they’re committed to such a thing either. Here are some things sexual abstinence has helped me discover about myself.
Like everything in life, accomplishing your travel goals should be seen as a process involving baby steps. Particularly if you’re trying to be frugal while doing so. This article outlines a few ways to travel cheaply, starting locally and expanding your experiences outward.
You don’t need a ten-year blueprint when you get out of the military, but asking yourself these 3 questions can take you a long way.
Getting out of the military can be scary. But don’t let it intimidate you, as the best opportunities await you! This article has a list of 3 great jobs to have as a single veteran fresh out of service!