Category Archives: Personal Experience

Minimalist Me: 200 Items or Less

In order to reduce my carbon footprint, I made the personal decision to only own and use the things I need and veer away from the consumption of things I want. For needs, it can be at its basic core of food and shelter and then be expanded to items that are important to any of the 7 Aspects of Life, like a computer for work. The […]

Have the End Goal in Mind: Reverse Goal Process

Have you done the 3 Questions to Help You Find Your Meaning in Life (Part 1)? And the 3 Questions to Help You Find Your Meaning in Life (Part 2)? Well there is a concept called the reverse goal process. This is where you have the end goal in mind. To learn more about my […]

Find Your Strengths

For my job at Western Washington University, I had to take a strength finder test to discover my core strengths as well as give my co workers a good understanding of how I can be a valuable asset to them and the organization. With a list of 34 Strengths the test spits out the following information as well […]