How to Eat Healthier, Save Time and Save Money

For some reason, I’m always looking for ways to save time and be more efficient. I also am very fond of saving money and I have a life goal of living till 117 years old, and therefore want to be as healthy as possible. So, I found myself losing a lot of time and energy thinking about food: what to get? what to make? when? I would spend lots of time thinking about it, and no time actually making food, let alone getting the ingredients for it. I also knew that I had “good recipes” except I couldn’t think about … Continue reading How to Eat Healthier, Save Time and Save Money

Why Does Everything Always Happen to Me?

Ever wonder questions such as: Why does everything happen to me? Why am I always surrounded by imbeciles? Why do I always have bad luck in love? Why do bad things just happen to me? Why do I always end up working with unreasonable people? Why do I always end up getting the short end of the stick? Why am I always getting screwed over? In other words, do you notice certain patterns in your life? I certainly have. And as far as I’m concerned, whenever this happens, this generally points to something happening in myself. I came to this … Continue reading Why Does Everything Always Happen to Me?

When You Point Your Finger At Someone, Three Fingers are Pointing Back At You

There is much to be learned from this simple statement and its application. Since 2013, I’ve been keely interested in taking responsibility for my life and in learning to take stock about where I am, try to find out how I got there, and more important to choose where I want to go. I realize that I often blame others, whether that’d be in sports, at work or in relationships. I often get furious and don’t see straight. This doesn’t EVER serve me well. However, this can be turned into a positive. As each of these situations are an opportunity … Continue reading When You Point Your Finger At Someone, Three Fingers are Pointing Back At You

Studying The Greats and Elevating Your Own Game

On Wednesday, I watched Lebron James and the Cavs’ win over the Raptors where Lebron was unstoppable as I watched in awe, amazed by not only at his skills but also how he adapts to the defense and uses whatever weaknesses they give him to exploit that to the maximum. I got inspired. I love studying the “best of the best” in their field.  Since I also play basketball in a local sports league here, I decided to study the greats and check out some Michael Jordan clips, I watched this interview where he says “he would be better than Lebron in his prime”. … Continue reading Studying The Greats and Elevating Your Own Game