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Personal Time Management Challenges and Struggles: The Clock is Ticking…
06/28/2016|Co-opCultureDad LifefamilyFire HouseGeneral thoughtsKidsMoustachenessroutinesSocial Media

Personal Time Management Challenges and Struggles: The Clock is Ticking…

Personal Time Management Challenges and Struggles: The Clock is Ticking…

Due to some personal time management challenges and struggles and not able to get access to my site, I’m back. Here is another installment of the Co-op Blog post. Enjoy. People say “I don’t have time for___.” The truth is they are not managing their time well or they don’t have time for you or your cause. This is something I struggle with on a regular basis. I get overwhelmed with all the stuff I have to do. I have a full-time job working for the local fire department, a second job working for Daytona International Speedway as a firefighter, 3

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Listening, not just hearing
05/31/2016|Co-opCultureDad LifefamilyGeneral thoughtsMoustacheness

Listening, not just hearing

Listening, not just hearing

This month’s co-op blog is that of communication. Take a moment and look at communication from LifeonWard and Ryan Ropero’s point of view.   When we (Ward and I) spoke about writing on communication, the first thing that popped in my head was that of communication with my wife. Like most married couples, we at times communicate well and then not so well other times. I am reminded of a sermon that a friend of mine preached on. Now before you close the tab because I wrote sermon, hear me out and comment your thoughts at the end… My friend

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Try to try…
04/26/2016|Co-opCultureDad LifefamilyFoodGeneral thoughtsMoustachenessSocial Media

Try to try…

Try to try…

This is yet another installment in the co-op blog posts from myself, LifeonWard, One Crazy Adventure, and Nease.   Recently I was talking to a friend of mine and he asked me a question that got my gears turning. “Is there advice that you would have like to have had 5 or 10 years ago?” I have thought about this question for weeks. There have been times in my life that I wonder what would have happened if…. If  I would have stayed in college in the Florida Keys and studied marine biology as I had planned.  Or if I

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What is success?
03/29/2016|Co-opCultureDad LifefamilyGeneral thoughtsMoustachenessPlaceroutines

What is success?

This is yet another installment in the co-op blog posts from myself, LifeonWard, One Crazy Adventure, and Nease.   Success is how high you bounce when you hit bottom. George S. Patton What is the first thing you think of when you hear the word success? When I hear the word success, I think of the people who I surround myself with. I am fortunate to have a supportive wife, friends and family that seem to always put life in perspective when I get overwhelmed. In other words, I cannot be a success all on my own. Just recently, I

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I want, I want, I want…
02/27/2016|Co-opCultureDad LifeGeneral thoughtsKidsMoustacheness

I want, I want, I want…

Every month I am doing a “co-op” post with a few other bloggers. We are all writing about the same topic with different points of view. There will be a link to the other posts at the end. Now on with the show. As parents, we attempt to teach our kids lessons in life. Sometimes they sink in and other times not. I have been trying to teach my son about how he can be whatever he wants to be when he grows up, but it will require hard work. I am trying to instill in him a drive to

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Men don’t cry…
01/30/2016|Co-opCultureDad LifeGeneral thoughts

Men don’t cry…

Men don’t cry…

This is a question I have pondered for some time now. Is it the stigma of guys, that cry makes them weak or vulnerable? Or is it the feeling of judgment? Let’s say a man does cry, then why does he apologize for doing so? These are the things I ponder. So let’s think this out… Why does crying bring into focus a man’s weakness? I tend to think it goes back to earlier generations where men were considered sissies if they shed a tear . My mind goes to the old John Wayne movies, where men were strong pillars

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