Start Blogging On The Cheap

Blogging for profit has become a pretty decent side hustle these days. Many people have gone out and put together a pretty respectable career in this line of work. Different genres create many different opportunities and a person really can blog about anything while getting a decent financial return on their time. Whether you draw your income solely on your content or you use the content to drive revenue through ads or affiliate marketing, blogging can quickly go from a side hobby to a fulltime job with a little bit of determination and work. Continue reading “Start Blogging On The Cheap”

Dealing with Disappointment

It has been two years now (ish) since I finished up my graduate program at Liberty University. Having secured a Master’s Degree in Executive Leadership, I was convinced that I would be returning to Illinois like a prodigal child returning home. Prospective employers would be lined up at the Illinois / Indiana border, waving offers of employment in my direction. I would have to break the spirit of multiple hopeful employers as this newly minted model of success would only be capable of filling the role of CEO for one lucky company. Continue reading “Dealing with Disappointment”

1 Billion Seconds

Somewhere between the ages of 31 and 32 (towards the back half), every individual will log their 1 billionth second of existence outside of their mother’s womb. I threw that last bit in there as there will always be that one dude who points out that existence begins prior to birth (I do agree with him). And, having logged 1 billion seconds of existence, you ought to have a decent idea of what you are and are not in this life. Continue reading “1 Billion Seconds”

Where Have You Lived?

Since my daughter was born, we have lived in six different houses. She’s only 12. That’s not good. While it hasn’t been planned, we have moved approximately once every two years of her life. Now, you might say, “Why is that such a bad thing?” Well, bouncing from place to place isn’t necessarily healthy for a child. We are told that they need consistency for their development. Requiring our children to make brand new relationships every few years is not what you would call consistent. Continue reading “Where Have You Lived?”

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