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Don't Assume Nothing (Part 1)

“Don’t assume nothing.” That was a statement I learned at a relatively young age when I took flying lessons for a couple of years in high school. Instructors used it with student pilots during preflight checks. Their point? Don’t do the preflight from memory. Always use the checklist. Always. No exceptions. For them, it was ...continue reading

How to Stand Strong when Life Crushes You

I remember last January when 2014 turned over to 2015 and how I wondered about what the new year would bring. If I’d only known. The first half of the year? Quiet. My life moved in an easy rhythm. The second half? My head is still spinning. In the span of three months, my cousin ...continue reading

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Introducing On-the-Edge Living

Get up.  Take the kids to school.  Go to work and attend four meetings, all the while feeling further and further behind in the work you need to do.  Leave work.  Pick up the kids and run them to soccer and piano.  Return home.  Get supper ready.  Fall into bed at night.  All the while ...continue reading