• Growing a Seedling


    I am a strange product of a digital world. I’ve grown up with the Internet, and thus unlimited access to really, anything I can want. Art, Music, Movies: it’s all out there, if you know where to look. Facebook has changed me, YouTube has changed me, and this thing called ‘LifeHacking‘ has changed me.

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    Quotes for Men to Live By #7

    Do what makes you happy. This might be a cliché in some circles, but that doesn’t mean it’s not true.  This advice may not make you rich,  but money is not the end all and be all of life.  There is nothing in the world more valuable that doing what you truly love.  If love painting go paint.  If you love cooking, be a chef.  If taking out the trash tickles your fancy, then be the best goddamn trash man out there. And, if like Dylan, you love rocking out and touring the world, do it. life is too short to do anything else.  Get out there, and do what…

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    Personal Finance

    Why Net Worth Matters

    Net Worth matters.  If you have an interest in your own personal finance, it matters.  Its simple really – if you build your wealth, you have options.  It lets you travel, change careers, or eventually retire.  Its the difference between Renting a house and Owning a Home.  Most people who worry about these aspects of personal finance worry about income – about how much they earn.  You and your wallet are better served if you worry about your Net Worth.

  • Are Sports Worth the Cost
    Big Ideas

    Should Sports Matter?

    Its been a long 6 games, at the time of this writing, since the Toronto Maple Leafs have won a game. In that span the entire team managed as many goals as Alexander Ovechkin has – and he is one man. This has produced outrage, vitriol, insane Twitter madness over the lack of wins from the boys in blue. The city is in uproar, frustration, even CBC is talking about it. All of this begs the question: Why do we even care?