Hm. I'm officially single again. The universe decided to dish up a special something that was out of our control. It happens. And this is why I'm not moping.
Life has gotten extremely hectic. In all the best ways. This #365DaysToLive challenge has drastically changed things for the better, and because of that...
The universe really didn't care about my defiant (and very public) plans to give up dating altogether. As soon as I did, I met this awesome girl named Cassie.
It's been a weird week. Mentally weird. I keep thinking this #365DaysToLive challenge isn't working, but when I step back and look at reality, I have been ROCKING it.
Three weeks into this challenge to live as if I've got 365 days to live, and I know I've gotta make some tweaks to be able to keep going in this challenge.
On a day when life was chaotic and packed with responsibility, I still had the goal of taking on time as if it was soon running out. As it turns out, the little things are some of the most important...
Just got back from a weeklong trip to Europe, which included trying new food, sinking a stranger's bike in a canal, and streaking with my brother on the beaches of Belgium.
One week into #365DaysToLive, and I already have both a suitcase and a house to get packed-up. Things happen fast when you're living life as if you have one year left to live!
As it turns out, I've probably been messing up my kid as I've taught him how to deal with anger, and so do most parents. Today was all about taking on anger in new, safe, and hilarious ways.
As it turns out, living each day to the fullest is exhausting. My son and I had little energy left, but decided to do at least one memorable thing before our night was over.
Day two. We were out shopping, doing the same thing we always do, expecting the same kind of night we always have. Then we decided it was time to try something new...
I've always thought the term and concept of "dating yourself" was a bit absurd. So, to launch my 365 days, I decided to challenge that mindset and go try it.
A lot of self-scrutinization, reality checks, and straight up honesty with myself forced me to realize where things are, and take glorious action to make life beautiful. This is day one. Join me.