The Weird Thing About Reading the Bible Is

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I have been a Christian since I was 16 years old. I don’t mean I have been going to church since I was 16. I mean I have been attempting to submit my entire life to Jesus Christ since I was 16. It is not easy. The largest roadblock to this submission has been myself. […]


Budgeting Breakfast – Cereal or Bacon and Eggs or Oatmeal?

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3 Tips on Teaching Kids About Personal Finance

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Hey!  If you’re new here and you like what you read, you can subscribe to the blog with an RSS reader, or for even more fun, go like our Facebook page!  I drop little tidbits and tips on there more regularly than even here (but I save my long form goodness for this page!) Finances. […]


Wanna Be A Better Dad and/or Person? Two Tips

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In my journey towards being a better Dad and a better person, one battle I have fought is figuring out how to squeeze in time for personal development.  When I look hard at how I spend my day, I recognize that huge swaths of it are wasted, from a lack of self-discipline.  But then the […]


2 Beefs with Valentine’s Day and Children

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I am not the greatest father.  Or the most diligent blogger.  Truth is, I am not quite as delinquent at updating this blog as you might think – I have about 5 drafts sitting unpublished in the background.  But it’s harder sometimes that you might think to get something out on paper (or on screen) […]


How is Getting a Tattoo Like Facebook?

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Maybe I am still on the delerious side from this recent flu/strep/something or other that took me down like a cowboy in a calf roping competition. But consider this: the growing popularity of tattoos.  Why?  Tattoos are external.  Tattoos are often art, though some use them to commemorate people or events.  But even commemorations need […]


The Only Answer To Accusations of Hatred and Fear

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I’ve written several blogs in the last few months, but they sit in my drafts, not quite making me happy enough to post.  Like that’s their job. Onwards.  Today I have been thinking about love.  For years, I have struggled with too much emotional investment in political discussion.  I’ve allowed myself to get very upset […]


On Marrying Young

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A friend of mine, a young lady who is just entering into marriage, shared with her friends an article containing 5 reasons why one guy got married before age 23.    The piece is pretty love-oriented, and it’s not wrong, but I don’t know if it deals fully with all the reasons why people put […]


Product Review: Skydog Parental Controls

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When I used to work in IT I had the chance to marvel at some state-of-the-art server based monitoring and blocking software for coporations.  I was impressed with the level of control offered and the way the service was constantly updated with classifications relevant to the control of inappropriate content at the office or jobsite. […]


Leftovers: Friend or Foe?

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So I set out to make lunch for my preschool aged twins and I (the rest are at school).  The first stop was the fridge – what’s there for leftovers?  I discovered enough mac and cheese for the little guys, but not enough for me.  What to do? Of the leftovers I saw the two […]


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