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Five Daily Blogs, Seriously?

9 years, 11 months, and 30 days so far

It’s been nine years, 11 months, and 30 days so far.

What?

Tomorrow, March 31, 2019, i finish a decade-long prolific blogging effort. On April Fools Day 2009, i started what was destined to fail: a 100-day, self-imposed writer’s boot camp to write five daily, differently-themed blog posts on five individual websites.

Not only did it not fail, but it hasn’t stopped for a single day, for a decade.

How is this even possible?

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If

How do we know if he walked the talk?

How do we know if he walked the talk?

We don’t.

Better question…

Do i walk the talk.

Ask yourself the same.

Best wishes.

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Would Your Life Change?

You wake up, then what?

buzz lightyear at St Mary Lake
Summer 2018.

You wake up, then what?

Does what you do the first 30 minutes of every morning excite you?

What if it did?

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This Is Just For Me

Life-giving​ view every morning

dawn from home office window
Even when traveling, i awake at 5AM to begin writing, and always open the hotel room curtains to watch darkness turn to sunrise. Photo: 5 minutes ago at home.

Life-giving view every morning.

Watching darkness slowly turn to sunrise every morning for a decade has changed the way i see the value of life, a single day at a time.

It seems so insignificant.

But actually doing it reveals it’s magnificent significance.

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It's All We Have

The ticking clock doesn’t care about your happiness

jeff noel home office
Working from any where at any time, and on any day makes it easy to work all day and into the night. Take last night for example.

The ticking clock doesn’t care about your happiness. Why would it? It’s challenging to accept the fact that no one else can care for your ticking clock the way you should be caring. Why? Because everyone else is knee-deep in life as well, struggling to manage the day-to-day onslaught of distractions, obstacles, and unexpected pressures while trying to balance mind, body, spirit, work, and home.

My clock is ticking too.

One small example…

We started the daily tradition of an after-school hug, kiss, and “I love you” in January 2003.

There are 60 days of after-school hugs remaining.

And then there will never be anymore daily after-school hugs. Sixteen years of tradition will have its final moment on May 24, 2019.

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