Adventures in Parenting – Jeff & Jennifer Williams

Adventures in Parenting takes us into the life of an individual or couple who are currently (or have been) parents in order to get an idea of how they navigate their way through the process of raising up their children. So, here’s how this works. This week’s guest Jeff and Jennifer Williams. I have provided them with a list of 25 or so questions of which they were instructed to choose four or five. This will serve as an interview of sorts with the conversation being, for the most part, of their choosing.

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Why Drink Vinegar

Listen. I am the guy who will try just about anything (food wise) at least once. I am pretty adventurous and like to be able to claim that I have eaten a few off the wall things that most people might not be willing to try. When I was in school, my mother would send me a can of sardines in my lunchbox and I would, to the disgust of my classmates, chow down on them over lunch.  Continue reading “Why Drink Vinegar”

400 Posts

I opened up my WordPress account today to the tune of 400 pieces of content created. I wish that I could claim that this post was the actual 400th (a little more content planning could have provided that) but the actual 400th piece was a few days ago.  Continue reading “400 Posts”

Be Authentic

One of the keys to living a successful life, regardless of your social standing or the depth of your bank account, is found in authenticity. If a person can manage to be exactly who they really are at all times, they have managed to accomplish something that escapes the majority of the population. Now, what I mean by that is this. You have an idea of who you want to be that is driven by your personal interests, hobbies, and desires and you do not compromise that in order to be something that someone else wants you to be.  Continue reading “Be Authentic”

Hidden Blessings

There are these two dogs living in my house currently that are really starting to get under my skin. I just walked into the living room to find one of them chewing up a little figurine in the living room. Earlier today, I caught one chewing up one of my wife’s shoes. If they’re not eating something then they are pooping on it. And, when that’s not happening, they are barking their fool heads off and preventing anyone in the house from receiving anything that resembles quality sleep.  Continue reading “Hidden Blessings”


The idea of living absolutely bare-bones has always had a certain appeal to me. I remember my dad taking me with him to visit a friend of his once. The guy lived inside of an old grain bin that he had set up next to the woods along the river. He had set up a fire pit to cook on and a little cot along the wall. There were a table and an old oil lamp sitting on it with a rickety old chair to sit in. The guy wasn’t home but we hung around for a bit.  Continue reading “Minimilism”

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