A Boy’s First Encounter with Failure

My mother put me in piano lessons at the age of four. I learned about ‘creepy, crawly critters’ associated with each note of the scale; a visual aid in the teaching of musical theory for children. Continue reading A Boy’s First Encounter with Failure

A Teenager’s Morning Routine

A few months ago, I answered a question on Quora that asked what a perfect morning routine would be for a high school student. The question was in regards to an ideal 40 minute routine. But in retrospect, I don’t know of any teens who have that kind of time on a Monday morning. Ideally you would be looking at a routine clocking in at somewhere between 5-20 minutes. Continue reading A Teenager’s Morning Routine

Happy Breathing; 3 Reasons to Try The Wim Hof Method Today

You may have heard the name before and if not, a quick web search will reveal his 26 World Records and the “method” that is on its way to becoming the hottest new bridge between mindfulness and physical well-being. Continue reading Happy Breathing; 3 Reasons to Try The Wim Hof Method Today