30 Hours: One Year Later

June 23 We were running late for our sister’s interview for Target. Garrett and I were letting Jasmine practice the route, having her merge onto lanes in high traffic times to get her the experience necessary to commute from Clendenin to South Ridge. After arriving, her interview didn’t start until roughly 3:30 P.M., while being …

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Don’t Play Yourself – But Play Yourself

“Act like you’ve been there before.” “Keep your emotions in check.” “Never quit hustling.” I heard these sayings over and over during my baseball playing career. From the tender age of 10, I was taught to fall in line, play hard, don’t acknowledge anyone but your teammates and coaches, don’t get too excited, don’t get …

Self Worth

This is our newest contributor's first post. Welcome Ticallion The Baptist (Aka Dario Balunovic) to the blog!  Lately, I've had a lot on my mind about self worth and I feel this needs to be said on my behalf and anyone else going through the same ordeal I went through. I'm gonna say this and …

Unselfishness vs Charity – A Lesson Learned in Marriage

As a young married couple (we're both 22), this article could've tackled a number of lessons we've learned. Whether it's budgeting, struggling in the professional world together, or figuring out how to set up our living room - there have been a number of conflicts and resolutions in our short marriage. We're figuring it out! …