The latest!!

The Luigi socks are cool to me because I played a lot of Mario Bros. as a youngster. I got Mario too so don’t start in on me just yet. I love to buy new socks and if they have cool designs then that’s even better.

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Peace and Blessings to Everyone. Happy New Year

While celebrating and being thankful for a new day, the New Year Holiday is also when we make new goals. I admit I have also been compelled to set some goals. I used to say to myself, For the New Year I will… blah blah blah, and did not write it down, I did not share my goals with others, and did not make and real progress, or measure progress. I really was not serious about any goals. Well I am getting older, and it is time I set some.

I am going to build an emergency fund.

I will be more charitable.

I will pay more attention to my loved ones.

I will be in control of my thoughts.

I will be in control of my emotions.

I will learn to trust more.

I will edit/evaluate this list in 3 months.

too be continued…


It is December 26, 2017, I hope you all enjoyed Christmas. My Christmas was good. I am thankful for another chance to see my family gather and enjoy one another. I had time with my kids the morning of Christmas, but also had to go into work. Not too happy about having to go, but I was asked and I said yes.

During the seasons of Thanksgiving and Christmas it is supposed to be a time of love, laughter, happiness, giving, and being merry, but people become so selfish. There is a saying that says “Nice guys finish last”, and I believe it to be true.

I am a “nice guy”, and I feel that most of the time I really do get the short end of the stick. Lately I have not wanted to be the “nice guy” contemplating taking the short cuts, going for opportunities when they are presented and doing whatever it takes to get there. Stepping on who ever no matter what, only looking out for ME.

My family raised me on christian religion. I was mostly taught the importance of morals, loving everyone, being charitable, and always doing what is right, so during these selfish, self loving days a “nice guy” like me will be stuck in prehistoric days.

I thought that becoming a part of the conscious community things would get better because, I learned not to rely on my imaginary friend “Jesus”. In my earlier and younger days when I needed help, I asked him for a lot of things, things that many different pastors had promised me he would do for me. I am still in last place, and my world is so dark.

I have been training my-celf to think for my-celf. I started focusing on help from inside rather than outside.





A waste, but Not Really


Man it has been a long time since I visited my own page. A lot of things have happened since my first couple of blog post.

I remember talking about my new business. It was an affiliate marketing gig. I didn’t know what it was, but I thought I would learn really fast, well I was wrong. Man was I really in over my head.

I was freshly transitioning from the military, and I was not prepared for the change at all. There are lots of new things to get squared away when you first get out of the military.

However I was still very determined to continue with life full speed ahead, so I started  promoting MCA or Motor Club of America. I got involved with it because another veteran was doing it and I though it would be easy to learn. It was to good to be true, make globes of money from my couch in my pajamas.

Affiliate Marketing is not as easy as they make it sound. I was really using my social media to promote, and people are very cautious about spending their money. I don’t blame them, I would be too.

So cutting my ties and losses, I felt sorry for myself for a little while. I was mostly upset because I couldn’t make the shit work. I got really down on myself, wondering what was wrong with me. Although I have to admit, I was not really educated about any of it. I just jumped into it, thinking someone was going to hold my hand through it. I don’t want to keep making this a post negative, but when we fail, we learn things.

I learned that you have to make your own way reality. Be present and mindful, and let your natural instincts move you.




Learning Through Trials

Listen to this pretty enriching conversation I had with a friend the other day. A real cool person I have known now for almost 2 years.  We will call my friend Awesome.

Awesome was telling me all about myself, giving me a dose of reality. I was flattered, honestly, because I like to talk about me, good or bad.

We were talking about how I handle things. I am a giver, and I love to see people pleased. I sometimes give too much, and there is nothing left over for me. (This is general, not referring to one particular thing like money, love, etc.)

Awesome said that I shouldn’t be this way, “It is ok to be little selfish”. It took some time to see, but Now, I totally understand why Awesome said that.

During the conversation I stated that this is what I am supposed to be doing, giving to those who need my help.  I stood my ground and did not let up. We quickly found out it would be something we disagree on. We moved on to talk about something else.

Some time has passed now, and I think I was wrong, yeah I said it. I really love been on the favorable side of things too. I have been learning that it is  when we are wrong and/or endure obstacles, we learn things about ourselves. We walk into open doors.

I know full well that I am supposed to be happy through out my life. I should feel comfortable at all times. I have authority over all that I claim. I can do things with in my physical, mental, and emotional self. God’s plan for me is so great it’s more than I could ever imagine. I am so grateful for that. I can still be a giver, just not exhaustion. Simple as that.

Awesome taught me something, by being honest with me. I love being around people who can teach me something. Thank You, I’m thinking of keeping you.


Where I need to be

Have you ever wanted to do something but you feel that you have to be in a better place to start?

I have been in that boat. I know that it is nothing but procrastination. I always want that feeling of security before moving into something new.

That kind of thinking is the problem. You have to get a head start. The fun of it all is the journey.

The “where you want to be” is the end. So you actually have the first step right. Which is starting with the end result in mind. Envision what you want, all the way down to the details. Be sure to include numbers, names, envision faces, places, events you would like to attend etc.

Step 2 is to put in the work. We all know that any success requires work. So you got to work your hardest at what ever you choose.

Step 3 is to believe whole-heartedly that your dreams are manifesting to be even more than you envisioned

From now on I will move forward and initiate the attraction to myself. I will not sit and let opportunities pass me up. I will be proactive, active and not reactive.

Hi. I hope that all is well with you. I always find myself getting caught up in at least one of the many thoughts that run across my mind.
I think about when I was in the Navy and stuff like that. I do miss it I guess. I served five years as a Navy Seabee. I am very proud of that. I was separated from my family often… too often. I had always been involved with them but it was mostly from another state or country. It is not ideal parenting by the least, but we have moms and dads all over the world who make this same sacrifice. I commend them. I appreciate their service and sacrifice.
I have been done with my contract since 2015. Being home is great and there are so many reasons why. My kids have been my main focus now. It is a bit of a different role. Going to school plays, spelling bees, football games, and track meets. Having heart to heart talks with them, seeing their emotions as they begin to experience life, and being present everyday. I want to ensure that I raise them to believe in their selves, know their place in this big world, and to be leaders.
Since being home with them I have learned so much, and they have been my teachers. I am so thankful for them, they give me life. I want to make sure to spend all the time I can with them.
Starting a business allows that. This decision allows that. This decision is so beneficial in many ways. I have the great option to work when I can be most focused, and it can be at anytime of the day. It allows me to be available to my kids at all times. Children need that kind of love, support, and security, right?
To create this life I will aggressively take on an Entrepreneur role. I am constantly learning and improving to master running a professional and successful business.