The flow of water carves rock, a little bit at a time. And our personhood is carved, too, by the flow of our habits. This quote comes from an essay by Jonathan Safran Foer in the […]
Today’s PDF is a Cheat Sheet for the Power of a Morning Ritual episode of the Accidental Creative podcast which is hosted by Todd Henry. Rather than restate what is already a brief document (1 […]
Oops, not ready to catch my usual bus to work, my morning ‘routine’ (‘stumble’ really) is rusty after 3 weeks holiday.
A second goal I am making in my attempt to be a better version of myself is to avoid electronic devices for an hour before bed. There is evidence that the light from certain types […]
The concepts of the aggregation of marginal gains and keystone habits dovetail together to map out a pathway to change: Figure out what habits will cause chain reactions of positive change and then work on making small improvements in those habits.
It is reasonably well established that the spiritual growth of Christians is closely linked to how regularly we read the Bible, ponder it’s meaning for us and engage with God in prayer. Most of us […]
Well, a new year – time for resolutions, a fresh start, renewed energy – all that jazz. For me it is just another day at work. However, despite my own cynicism, the start of a […]
How come a fridge is smarter than my soul? I drift and drift and completely lose internal stability before realizing that some work needs to be done to get back to where I should be.
It is now 75 days since I committed myself to going iPod-free for 100 days. During that time I have only listened to a smattering of music and three sermons from my iPod, all while it was plugged into the speakers […]