A Bodey in Motion

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Quick Hits: Start the year you want now. Freedom looks different in each state. Never stop playing.

  • Quick hit logo repeat week. Travel means no Photoshop.Happy New Year! Alright, I know it’s not January, let alone the first day of the year, but that doesn’t mean that you can’t make a fresh start beginning  today. Last year, I pointed out that each one of us should celebrate our own New Years Day on our birthday, turning a reminder of age into a celebration of growth. Maybe that doesn’t appeal to you, but the point is, no matter what time of year we’re in, you can start doing something with it. Just because it’s April and you haven’t kept any of your resolutions, or reached any of your goals, or done anything amazing yet, that doesn’t mean that all of 2013 is worthless. Don’t waste another day. Start over right now.
  • The grass always looks greener on the other side, doesn’t it? For example, if you want to be free to use grass, even medicinally, then you might want to move to Alaska. Maybe California, but not necessarily if you’re looking for an open labor market to move into. Each state, in it’s own way, opens a gate, or tears down a wall, or finds some way to get out of the way of its occupants and lets them live without interfering. Arizona trusts each resident with the freest gun laws in the country. Oklahoma is a great state to homeschool your children. South Dakota has the lowest tax burden. What do you love about the state you live in? What would you change?

April 12, 2013 Posted by | Quick Hits and Links | , , , , , , , , , , , , | Comments Off on Quick Hits: Start the year you want now. Freedom looks different in each state. Never stop playing.

One More Day

It’s the end of 2012 as we know it, and I feel fine.

How about you?

What did you accomplish in the last 366 days? What do you look back on with pride? What’s the one moment from 2012 that you’ll always remember?

What do you regret from the last year? What would you go back and change?

Well, there’s one more day left. Use it to start something new. Get a head start on 2013.

I’ll see all of you next year.

December 31, 2012 Posted by | Past and Future | | Comments Off on One More Day