January 17

A Walk to the Beach

I made it to the beach! Going out to a beach my family enjoys, we had forgotten there is a short hike out to the beach from the car. Normally, this would not be a big deal at all. It was the longest walk I’ve done to that day while recovering.
January 10

Date Night

Early in the dating years with my wife I bought Carl’s Jr. (Fast Food,) brought it to my house, lit some candles and invited her over. Candle light dinner! That was over twenty-five years ago. Fast forward today, our kids set up a reenactment of that dinner.
January 3

And more walking…

Through this process of healing I have been learning a lot. Learning to slow down. Learning to take small steps forward. A step forward is a step forward.
December 13

Taking the First Step

When I first got the energy and ability to walk, it was only for short bits. My calves are the first part of my leg that would start to lock up. I found that stretches before and after helped a lot.
December 6

Cacao, Mushroom, and the Sun

More gratitude! While I was in my wheelchair I tried to get as much sun as I could. Thankful for the sun  And most of the time I had a cup of cacao with amazing herbal mushrooms (Lion’s Mane especially, because it helps so much with nerve damage.)
November 29

Our Lives are Made of Moments

I know I keep saying this, but finding gratitude in the small things (to me) are equal, if not greater, than being grateful for the big things. Really, I strive to find gratitude in all things. In the picture, I’m relaxing in the sun. Gratitude for the sun’s warmth, light and energy. It truly feeds life and healing.
November 22

Should I just keep my beard?

I’ve had a few beards over the years, yet I typically keep a shaved face. I thought maybe I’d shave. This was a big workout for me. The hand-eye coordination took a lot of focus and I forgot about all the funny faces I make to get the harder spots.
November 15

To Become a Good Walker…

It is amazing to notice something that normally is so simple and unthought of, now takes much thought and effort. I am grateful for the progress I’m making. My physical therapist said, “In order to become a good walker, you must first be a good stander.”
April 7

Living a Life of Nourishing Abundance – MBML Podcast EP47

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March 22

Escaping the Retirement Trap – MBML Podcast EP46

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March 8

‘More Life’ Scaling Secrets: Niche Down + Level Up – MBML Podcast EP45

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February 22

Authoring Life: Transforming Your Life Through Your Choice – MBML Podcast EP44

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February 8

Abundance Made Easy: Optimize For ENERGY (Not Time!) – MBML Podcast EP43

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January 18

Burnout to a Business that Runs ITSELF – MBML Podcast EP42

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January 11

3 Steps To Securing Your Perfect Mentor – MBML Podcast EP41

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January 4

7 Ways To Set Yourself Up For Success in 2021 – MBML Podcast EP40

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December 28

Self-Compassion Tips For Shaking Off A Rough Year – MBML Podcast EP39

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