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Life at 30

March 1, 2011

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When I was a kid, I thought that I’d be married by 27 and have a kid by 30.  I thought my thirties would look like the picture above.  Apparently, I didn’t know much about life.  And, of course, why would I?  My world was built by my parents’ ideas, expectations, and fears.  My job […]

The Dream

February 17, 2011

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I have been involved in many adventures that have brought on great changes in my life in the last two years.  Pursuing a minimalist lifestyle has made me more aware of my surroundings and more importantly, myself.  As I simplified my life, I discovered that I could carry on with less material possessions and that […]

New Year, New Goals

January 6, 2011

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2010 has come to an end.  It was a very important year in my life because it was the year that I chose to detach myself from many distractions surrounding me.  It saw the beginning of this very blog and brought many positive changes in my life.  I have accomplished a lot in the last […]

Something’s Missing

January 4, 2011

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  I enjoy traveling.  Anything from visiting a park across town to flying across the country.  Most weekends I am out of town or planning my next trip.  Over the holidays I visited my family and friends along the coast from San Diego to San Francisco.  My vacation was over a week long and I […]

The Final Countdown

December 17, 2010

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Well, I finally committed and as of December 24th I will no longer have cable television.  It’s something I have wanted to do for several months now, but have just failed to go through with it.  I love watching sports and I thought it would be too difficult to give that up.  Baseball, Football, and […]

Advantages of the Single Life

September 7, 2010

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This year has been very important in my life.  I have been very successful in improving my living situation, my health, my relationships, and I am also finding more productive ways to spend my extra time.  I don’t think this would be possible if I was dating someone.  For the moment, I am grateful to […]

Farewell to the Land Lovers

August 19, 2010

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Disconnecting from all the things that I see as harmful to myself and the world is going to take a lot of work and some new knowledge and habits.  This evening I cleaned out my pantry and discovered a lot of expired food items.  I don’t know why I kept them for so long.  My […]