Open Letter to Alexis Bloomer

Open letter to Alexis Bloomer

In the last week, over 40 million people have watched Alexis Bloomer’s Facebook rant. Alexis, a  journalist, turned on her selfie camera after “seeing a young man step in front of a limping elderly man and fail to hold the door open for him.” My Facebook feed has been littered with people sharing the video […]

10 Steps You Can Take Today To Improve Your Relationships Tomorrow

10 Steps You Can Take Today To Improve Your Relationships Tomorrow

Are you a resolution-maker or a resolution-hater? The University of Scranton recently released some fascinating data about our relationships to New Year’s Resolutions. They discovered that 55% of us no longer make resolutions. 45% of us still make them but over half of resolution-makers give up by the end of January. On the whole, only […]

5 Ways to Recover Financially

5 Ways to Recover Financially

When my wife and I got married, we were over $200,000 in debt…without a mortgage. It had been a challenging couple years before our wedding day. I had been working a part-time job while in grad school, making my life work with credit card spending each month. She had lost her job when her boss’ […]

Confessions of a Millennial: 5 Lies I Was Told in My 20s

“It’s one of my theories that when people give you advice, they’re really just talking to themselves in the past.” -Steve Garguilo It begins in high school. We start getting advice from all directions about preparing for college applications. As we graduate, we are gifted cliche-ridden books which fail to help us prepare for the […]

4 Secrets You Don't Hear at the Start

There’s a secret no one tells you when you first start doing something. But before I let you in on it, I’ve got a question for you. Do you remember the first time you did something you’re really good at now? If you’re a teacher, think about the first time you student-taught. If you’re in […]