The Balancing Act

Reading is important. In fact, I would argue that it is the single most important things in a society — having a literate citizenry. I am not saying that every citizen should be an avid reader (although I wouldn’t be against that), however it should be made so that every citizen be able to read. … Continue reading The Balancing Act

Classics

Yesterday I reread something that I had only read in high school over 20 years ago. It was one of those books that we were “forced” to read as a part of the curriculum. Now unlike movies or TV shows, I had always been of the mindset that if I read a book once, that … Continue reading Classics

Keep The Good Start

It’s been a few weeks now. Most of the days have started normal in that nothing out of the ordinary takes place. Occasionally, there’s a number of things that come into play that could potentially disrupt what routines I have built: writing in my journal and reading (while drinking my coffee). Fortunately, I’ve been able … Continue reading Keep The Good Start

Reading First

Well, not exactly first… Routine has been on my mind a lot lately. The goal is to build a daily routine that reinforces habits that are worthwhile, while discouraging the mindsets that allow for distraction and anti-habits. Anti-habits are really my being all-Mr.-Fancypants in how I am describing something. They really are simply bad habits … Continue reading Reading First