Think Like a Mosquito

If you think you’re too small to make a difference try sleeping with a mosquito in the room

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Never Be Bored Again

Smartphones will make sure that you are never bored.
Never being bored will make it more difficult to find your creative passion.
Lack of passion will make you boring.

While wasting my time swiping through yet another “shower thoughts” post I bumped into this and it struck me. Is ironic the right word here? While trying not to be bored I find a post telling me that by doing this I am making myself boring. Clever.Read More »

YouTube is the New Babysitter

My friend’s toddler babbled “don’t forget to subscribe” as he was put to bed. Kid watches so much YouTube he thought it means “goodbye”

When I read this it really impacted me. Even if this particular tweet was embellished, you know for sure that this is happening all over the place. I have a 5-year-old who loves YouTube so much that I took it away from him. Actually, I didn’t take it because he loves it, but because of the behaviour changes that I’ve witnessed in him.Read More »

Life’s To-Do List

Here’s Your Check-List:

Dream big.
Plan ahead.
Get up early.
Stay focused.Read More »

Parenting Level: Boss

A friend of mine said this about his father in a Facebook post. This father should teach classes and we should listen.

Love The Process

love the process

Looking Back on Life – Time With Your Kids

You will never look back on your life and think, “I spent too much time with my kids.

Is Hate a Virtue?


There is the Possibility of a Better Future

There is the possibility of a better future

There is the possibility of a better future,
But some people don’t believe it.

And because they don’t believe it,
They won’t do what is necessary to make it a reality.

So they dwell on this terrible future,
They resign themselves to it…

For one reason:
Because THAT future doesn’t ask anything of them TODAY.

Lawrence M. Krauss

Has Thinking Stopped?

Lawrence M. Krauss

If we live in a world where certain things are not subject to question, then we live in a world where thinking has stopped.

–Lawrence M. Krauss