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The Rechargeables: Eat Move Sleep

We read the Rechargeables book at least once a day. It’s one of little E’s favorites. I love it because it reminds us how simple and important staying recharged is to living an optimized life. 454 more words


Blog "Rebranding" with a Narrower Focus

From Broad to Narrow

This blog started as a digital portfolio that I created as one of the requirements for earning my K-12 Principal Certification. Up until now, pretty much all of the content has dealt with education, but the topics of the blog posts have been a bit scattered. 506 more words


7 more essential Books on Positive Psychology for 2015/16

After publishing a list of 5 essential upcoming books on Positive Psychology a couple of days ago, several friendly people approached me (Thank you!) to point me towards further noteworthy books that have just been published or are already appearing on the publishing horizon (a.k.a. 894 more words

Positive Psychology Insights

focusing on strengths

Earlier this week we had one of the best lectures I’ve ever attended in my life. Dr. Keith E. Hall spoke to us about how identifying and focusing on our strengths (rather than our weaknesses) can help us with improving our lives both in general and as medical students. 1,157 more words


Kasich Notches Sky-High Approvals in Ohio As Christie Struggles in NJ

Back on August 12, the Back Room ran a story headlined “New Poll In New Hampshire: Kasich Surges While Christie Struggles.” It noted how the “two governors are close friends but similarly positioned” and also the surprisingly close ties between Ohio Gov. 468 more words

Chris Christie

New Poll In New Hampshire: Kasich Surges While Christie Struggles

According to ace Boston Globe political reporter James Pindell, Ohio Governor John Kasich is making a move in New Hampshire. In his influential daily “Ground Game” … 795 more words

Jeb Bush

Butt in Chair Equals Early Death?

This past school year I gained 12 pounds. Yes, you read that correctly. Ordinarily during the school year I gain anywhere from 5-8 pounds, but this past year set an all-time record for me. 1,027 more words