Anthropology is basically the study of humans and human behavior. One thing I found in my investigations into various cultures and societies is that people are more alike than they know. The trouble is that humans also fear that which is unfamiliar to them. Luckily for us, we have access to people from across the globe via the internet. It is my hope that this medium will allow us to cross the great divide of location and erase language barriers. I intend to do my part to facilitate the transition into a more peaceable, loving, accepting world through this blog. Thanks, Friend, for doing yours!
Hey Guys! I’ve finally moved to my new fitness and nutrition site- Tall Bean. Okay, here’s the situation… While I was thinking of ways that I can add value to the world (in general) and you guys (in particular), I happened upon the fact that everyone wants to be in good health. It turns out, … Continue reading I’VE MOVED!!!
5 Reasons I Failed
Entrepreneurs have become notorious for embracing the “fail fast, fail often” mentality. The idea is to erase the fear of failure by embracing the consequences (good and bad) of innovation. Don’t be afraid to try something new, because no one fails as long as lessons are learned and the venture pushes forward. Along those lines, … Continue reading 5 Reasons I Failed
THE FREEDOM IN NOT GIVING A DAMN
Hey Friend! I have to share this secret with you. People are not thinking about you. It’s not that they don’t care. It’s just that they have to devote most of their time tending to their own lives. They simply cannot dedicate a substantial amount of brain space thinking about you. That’s great news! Oh, … Continue reading THE FREEDOM IN NOT GIVING A DAMN
JOURNEY FROM FLABBY TO FIT
Friend, have you ever needed to take a break from being healthy? Binge watch K-dramas on Netflix, eat popcorn for breakfast and cake for dinner, skip the gym for like a month…or nine? I feel you. But eventually you’ll have to come to terms with that out-of-shape body of yours or drag your saggy butt … Continue reading JOURNEY FROM FLABBY TO FIT