A few years ago – before I went on my Year by the Water – I was neglecting my health, some of my loved ones, and a calling to explore new territory (literally and figuratively) and write more. It feels wonderful to be back in alignment again, focusing on what matters most. How about you? Are you neglecting someone or… Read more →
George Eliot said, “Its never too late to be what you might have been” 150 years ago … and it’s as true today as when she first said it. When you were young, who did you want to be? What did you want to do? Where did you want to go? It’s only too late if you don’t start now.
Are you happy with your current life? Satisfied with your relationships, health, finances and career? Congrats! If there are things that are not yet the way you want them to be, the answer is simple. Do things differently. Old ways won’t open new doors. Select one area of your life you want to improve. What is one thing you can… Read more →
Life is a window of opportunity. Have you ever thought of it that way? We are here for a certain amount of time. Are you taking advantage of your precious window of opportunity to pursue your dreams, connect with loved ones, do what makes you happy? Henry Miller said, “Life is, for most of us, one long postponement.” What is… Read more →
When I announced my plans to embark upon my Year by the Water adventure, most people were happy for me and said something along the lines of, “Take me with you!” A few, however, expressed “concerns. A meeting planner cautioned me with, “Sam, I hope you know you’re taking a risk by taking yourself off the grid. You need to… Read more →