You know you play too much frisbee when you break a heavy-duty, official Discraft 175 gram UltraStar — aka., the best frisbee ever.
I started thinking about why I love frisbee so much. Maybe it is how anyone of any age can play. Or the ability to play offense and defense simultaneously. More than anything, I know the reason is more selfish.
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Our phones can be technological gifts, empowering us to become more productive, creative, and healthy.
Instead of the technological gifts they should be, our phones often become our chains. Notifications are the stimuli for our brains drooling for social acceptance and connection. Swiping and scrolling are the new dopamine drug, releasing with every flick of the fingers. Welcome to the dark, time-sucking hole called “Your Phone’s Screen”.
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I aspire to be a creator and storyteller.
Discovering, creating, making – these verbs define who I am. While they propel me to action, deep down, I want others to share in my passion. To care about the things I discover, create, and make.
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I use to work at a grocery store when I was in college. One day, I was working with my friend Tyler on aisle 8. As a customer walked by, Tyler turned around and exclaimed:
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This week, I want to show how you can start blogging. Even if you’re not interested in creating a blog, I hope the “3 steps to take next” will inspire you in your own creative endeavors.
When I was 14 years old, the preacher handed me an Adobe Dreamweaver CD with a question:
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This Valentines, I would like to write a personal letter to you.
Single people and married people: this is why I stopped worrying about getting a girlfriend. And I want you to know why.
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Yes, the church is full of hypocrites.
Maybe you have been looking for that perfect reason not to go to church. Or, you just need some space from those “other” Christians. You know who I’m talking about.
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Have you ever read a story that did not have a happy ending?
I have. It is called The Mockingjay, the last book in The Hunger Games series.
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That is my entire childhood, from 6 to 14, summed up in 1 word. No videos games. No action figures. Just a ton of LEGOs.
Because these plastic bricks played such a huge part in my life, I knew it was time to share some of those experiences with you. Here are my favorite 3 stories.
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