Bren Murphy - Sober in 100 Days Author and Speaker. H umble beginnings... [MEDIA RELEASE MAY 2016] W hen I started writing this blog back in 2010, my life was at a crossroads. I had given up on my authentic life, and was living a shadow life of paying bills, doing what I others expected of me. Show More Summary
And yet the arc of a career is not entirely random or shaped in the end by factors beyond our comprehension or control. I have felt my whole life that I’ve been on a course and being guided, even though I didn’t know by what. — Steven Pressfield in Nobody Wants to Read Your Sht […] The post The Art of Assisted Serendipity appeared first on Uncornered Market.
2005, 258 P & notes I don’t particularly remember Frank Hardy. If asked off the top of my head, I would have said that he died in the 1970s. I’m like the former premier of New South Wales Barry Unsworth … Continue reading ?
I knew there was a different way to live. In my early 20s, I backpacked through Asia for a year and glimpsed a life of joy, discovery, and freedom from
ADHD & Marriage News - February 28, 2018 Quote of the Week “There are two ways to live your life. One, as though nothing is a miracle. The other, as though everything is." - Albert Einstein Miracles When my husband and I were struggling,...Show More Summary
I've been adding a bunch of smart home devices to my home. It's part of an ongoing experiment to see what I can do to make my life easier, my home safer and to save some money on power bills. But I'm finding that I keep hitting some roadblocks. Show More Summary
One way to adapt to life in a small apartment is to have less stuff. Another way is to have smaller stuff. In my apartment's petite kitchen, I have a few items that work especially well for me — scaled-down versions of standard kitchen staples that take up less space, but still manage to get the job done. READ MORE »
On your own, without any way to gauge whether or not your ideas are practical or wise, you might get carried away with your creativity. That’s why the word “no” is an essential part of the professional creative life. Hearing it helps me incorporate another perspective into my vision. Show More Summary
PODCASTS CHANGED MY WORKING LIFE Hello, it’s great to be back here on Scott’s blog and this time I’m talking about something different. So, this title, what am I on about and why? We’ve all grown accustomed to binge watching telly now on channels like Netflix, HBO, Hulu, Amazon (takes drink) Prime. Show More Summary
Philippa Perry on her struggle with total devotion… to her cat, Kevin Pets can highlight your mental health issues. Ask my late dad how he was, he would tell you, “Fine”. If you wanted more information, it was best to ask him how the dog was. Show More Summary
Q:DEAR AMY, My best friend of fifteen-plus years is engaged, and despite being a part of her life since the fourth grade, I’m having a hard time being excited about her big day. The bride-to-be asked me to be her maid of honor and our...Show More Summary
Sounds like: deadmau5, Chris James What's so good? I've been sitting on this track for more than a week, sent to us via SubmitHub as a sneak peek. Naturally I jumped on it the moment that it landed in my queue. I mean seriously: ZHU + Tame Impala? What a combo... And yes, in case you're wondering, this is a completely original track. Show More Summary
At this juncture in my life, it takes quite a bit for a folk musician to stand out for me. Whether it be vocals, lyrics or variety of approach; I need something for it to stand out. Well on I Need A Garden, Haley Heynderickx ticks off all the boxes on a wonderful debut LP. […]
I never knew that one single female hygiene product could be so life changing. I bought a menstrual cup a year ago when I was trying to be more eco-friendly and reduce toxins in my body and household. I was skeptical and a little grossed out by it but figured I would give it a […]
When I write about retirement and retirement planning, I frequently mention that I aim for my savings and investments to last another thirty years. So, for instance, when I use retirement calculators to determine how long my nest egg will last, I use 78 as my projected age of death. Show More Summary
Laurie Stone discusses her story collection, My Life as an Animal, writing about death, how the reader doesn’t care about you, and the Third Iago.
Ellen and I are with the kids in Sedona for a few days hiking as they both have spring break. It is a beautiful place… I am so lucky I get to invest for a living. One of the biggest differences of my life as an early stage private investor...Show More Summary
I am very grateful to the doctors and nurses at Warwick Hospital (and the ambulance crew who arrived in three minutes) who intervened effectively to save my life when I contracted sepsis recently. After three weeks in hospital, and a spell in intensive care, I am now being treated at home each day by the hospital's dedicated SWAT team. Show More Summary
This was post is sponsored by H&R Block. Filing taxes used to take me 15 minutes. I would wait for the first day taxes could be filed, log in online, fill out a few simple forms, and just wait for my refund check. Then life happened. I created an online business, started a family, owned […]