Is journaling the secret to productivity? Does our quiet time along with recording our thoughts on paper or computer really generate success? The answer is a resounding yes if you believe all the blog articles online today. It seems that all one must do is prepare one’s mind and write it down for success and … Read moreIs Journaling the Secret Sauce to Success?
Are your goals stalled? Are you determined to get all your projects defined and prioritized? Do you want a shove? Well, this isn’t it. I’m in the same boat as all of you. I am a productivity, motivation, time-management, fast-charging, organized wannabe junkie. Surprised? Probably not. I have been all of these things at different … Read moreMoving Goals Forward
The chemotherapy caused his death. I was sure of it. One day we were talking normally in the hospital, and the next day, after the treatment, he couldn’t even speak. He seemed scared and lost. Then the doctors decided to send him home to die. And he did. RIP Ray Edward “Dink” Hendrick Jr. Born … Read moreRemembering Dad
Dad called it a Hippiwampus. I’m not sure where that name was birthed, but it seemed to fit. What started as a typical 1956 Plymouth Suburban Station Wagon was now a full blown hunting buggy, with no resemblance to the former station wagon. Dad was a serious, quail hunter. I don’t think he ever missed … Read moreA 1956 Plymouth Wagon
Life always throws you a curveball. Just when you think you have it figured out — pop. You hear that sound. I like Clint Eastwood. And of late, Trouble with the Curve is a favorite movie of mine. I’ve watched it several times and smile through most of it. It’s a real “feel good” movie … Read moreLife’s Curveballs