Accomplishing what you want in life is a bit of a balancing act. You balance between focusing on the task at hand (the “seed”) or planting today right now in this exact moment and keeping your eye on the end result, keeping your eye on the harvest, on the goal, and what is it you’re looking to create.
You have to balance between focusing on the seed and focusing on the harvest. They both need to be a part of where your mind is every single day.
But if you lean or veer off a little bit too much towards one or the other it can stop your progression entirely. It will hold you back. Continue reading “Sow Now What You Want to Harvest Later”
Sometimes I wonder if you’ve ever done to her what you did to me.
When the doors are shut and there’s no one around and you have no one else to take your anger out on. Do you turn to her like you did to me?
Then I think, if you haven’t…when will you?
I mean, it’s only a matter of time isn’t it? Continue reading “Be The Change”
We love chaos.
Point blank. End of story.
We’ve been taught that running around crazy means you’re busy. Busy means you’re successful. Successful means that you have so much going on that chaos is a given.
Sounds about right, doesn’t it?
Just because that’s what the movies, TV shows, and our parents have taught us over the years doesn’t mean that is ACTUALLY the case.
Honestly, it couldn’t be more false. Continue reading “Chaos”
This picture was taken almost 4 years ago, which seems insane when I really think about it.
But I remember when I first posted it. I was so proud. This shoot was so very well planned and every shot was thought out. Believe it or not, a lot of these poses aren’t easy to capture. It’s hard to stay still in a position that’s not natural, while flexing, and sitting on a hard surface, and trying to make a good face at the same time.
What I’m getting at, is a lot of effort goes into shots like this. And when I first posted this photo that I thought was so classy and classic, I got such mixed feedback. I had family members call my parents and ask “what’s Jamie doing?!” And be very taken aback by it. Continue reading “Get Clear”