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Carving Out A Life

think • feel • move • work • dwell

tee shirt logos
Logos, colors, fonts, images, etc have been consuming most waking thoughts lately.

 

The five things every functional adult human does is:

think • feel • move • work • dwell

Simplicity.

Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication.

And where we dwell, there is where we do the paperwork of life.

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The great Summer of 2012

PS. Have you ever been a late bloomer on some of life’s luxuries?

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this past weekend, an indoor gathering, next time a pool party

Yesterday’s PS asked, “Have you ever been a late bloomer on some of life’s luxuries?”

Well? Have you? I’d like some validation that guilt need not be part of my swimming pool experience.

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Uncommon Sense

Like All Important Things In Life The Long Way Is The Short Cut

The long way is the short cut.

While the journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step, we often forget that after that first, amazing step, there are still 1,000 miles to go.

Insight: The long way is the short cut.

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Uncommon Sense

Is Life As Simple As Five Big Choices?

Julian (93) said ambition is required for longevity. I'm guessing a sense of humor too.

Does life have five big choices? Yes. We have a mental, physical, spiritual, career and home responsibility. Neglect one of these and your life will reflect a proportional discord. Neglect two and life becomes proportionally more difficult and unbalanced. Three or more…

Insight: Just because no one has ever shared this model for life with you – that includes these five choices – doesn’t mean it isn’t a breakthrough for uncommon sense.

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Uncommon Sense

Life’s Office Furniture

What do you make of it?

Metaphorically in the office of life, how is your furniture arranged? Organized? Coordinated? Eclectic? Simple? Complex? Relaxing? Inviting? Cluttered? Stressful? Inspiring? Demotivating?

Insight: If we can not organize our office, we can not organize our thoughts. Clear thinking is the key to deciding for ourselves what’s important.

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