I just want to live long, avoid health complications that will cause me and my family pain, to look good at the beach, and to let off steam. But switching up the way in which I accomplish that was necessary to my ability to succeed in those goals.
You won't always reach your goals when you set out to. But every minute we're on this earth is another opportunity to get back on track and do what you've been placed here to do.
Millennials, I don't mean to bring up anything that will upset you but, as we are getting older, so are our parents. Health and life insurance are things we must think about. Sadly, 5 years ago this month, I buried my father. My mother, though aging, isn't in any foreseeable danger but still, life happens. The … Continue reading Keep First Things First
Drake has an album called "Take Care." The first track is called "Over My Dead Body." Now, though this post has nothing at all to do with the lyrical content of Drake's album, it does center around the fact that, if you do not take care of your body, you will be dead sooner than you'd like. Last … Continue reading Take Care
Success is a process. You find what does work and what doesn't. Some things work 47% of the time, kind of work 32%, and, the other 21%, they flop. That's how this blogging thing is. I started off with themed topics daily (Motivational Monday, Tech Tuesday, Well-Dressed Wednesday, Trending Thursday, and Financial Friday) for the … Continue reading Shaking It Up: A Call For Content and Contributors.
I workout 5-6 days a week. I mean, if I'm in town, I really workout. 4 days in the gym, 1-2 days outside doing functional work. And I've reached a good size, but I have not achieved the results I want because, guess what? I love food too much. And not the right foods. I'm not … Continue reading You Are What You Eat
If you follow me on Twitter or Instagram (my personal accounts, not the @DanDailyReader accounts which I hope you're following anyway), you'll know that I was in Chicago last week. My personal handles on both are simple: @DeryleDanielsJr. Anyway, while in Chicago, my fraternity brother, financial advisor, and close friend, George Acheampong, was in town … Continue reading I’m Starting a New Habit