Marathon Training

One thing I have talk about and enjoy is trying new hobbies. I mentioned in previous blogs and podcasts that I would be interested in trying out new hobbies for 3-6 months, track my progress, and see how I like them. I have been lifting weights since I was 14. That has remained a constantContinue reading “Marathon Training”

Be Supportive

If you haven’t listened to our podcast, check it out on Spotify, Google Podcasts, Stitcher, castbox and search Tutors of Life. On our podcast we have been talking about Shaun has been challenging himself with some physical features lately. The first one was a weightlifting meet, which he hasn’t trained for in 5 years. TheContinue reading “Be Supportive”

Finding Your Mental Balance

Lately, I have been struggling with finding a balance for my emotions. I will get really mad super easily, and my lows come out of no where. It has started to affect how I go about my days. I have been trying to figure out what I have been doing differently in the past coupleContinue reading “Finding Your Mental Balance”

Continuing to Minimalize

Last week Sam and I started minimalizing. We have made our way through our bedroom, our kitchen, our living room, and our entryway. We had a lot of stuff we were not using! We are putting together a garage sale for the majority of our things, whatever does not sell at the garage sale, ifContinue reading “Continuing to Minimalize”

Why Sleep is Important

We can all tell when we wake up and feel like we have had a good nights rest. Last night, I did not have the greatest sleep, so I figured I could talk about how important sleep is. Shaun and I are completely different with how we sleep, he is a heavy sleeper and canContinue reading “Why Sleep is Important”


My buddy Tadd told me about this thing called minimalism last week. I have never been what we call a minimalist, turns out, I have always been a maximalist. Oh that is on sale and fits in the budget, buy. Oh that is free and I could potentially use it someday, ill get it. NotContinue reading “Minimalism”