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On Beyoncé, Beehives and Mindfulness

“I love it! It’s the greatest thing in the world!” I’ll sometimes say, twirling around in a new dress. “Or wait, do I hate it?” For the majority of my adult life I’ve been plagued by indecision and inattention, two of the most common problems known to 21st century man. 590 more words

21st Century

To-do Lists

I don’t like time-tables and schedules and things of structure that makes me feel like a total lazy bum or makes me acknowledge the fact that I am not a good steward of time. 176 more words



Stay with me on this.  I’m going to tell you how to be rich!  But first…

There’s just some things about this modern world that I’m not very crazy about .   1,402 more words


"How the State Destroys Social Cooperation," By Gary Galles

This essay was authored by Gary Galles, and it is republished here with permission from the Ludwig von Mises Institute.

Many of our present economic difficulties, while blamed by politicians on freedom and markets, are in fact the long-run effects of government policies emphasizing short-run, visible benefits that mask hidden or delayed costs. 854 more words

Essays And Reviews


Wispy, white flakes of snow dance across the sky, carried by a wind that chills to the bone. I scurry across the cobblestone streets of an old England town, searching desperately for the small bookstore my mother once told me about. 1,350 more words

23 April 2014

I shouldn’t be calling this a daily blog anymore, should I?

It has been almost 2 weeks since my last post. I am deeply ashamed. 648 more words