mysteria wisdom

Posted by domspe on Jul 21, 2009 in wisdom nuggets

I have the choice to create the greastest version of myself.

Each person is a reflection of one of the many facets of myself.

Love is. Love all. Everyone is love.

You are beautiful.

Do what you feel not what you think.

We all need fuel for our fires… water, food, sun, people, physical activity, rest and most of all love.


finding freedom by restricting

Posted by domspe on Jul 3, 2009 in wisdom nuggets

we’ve noticed recently than when we need to restrict something, we end up finding freedom. The mere act of creating boundaries allows for greater expansion.

Less space in the house? get rid of stuff, have less clutter… both physically and mentally.

Less money? reduce expenses and find out that we don’t “need” as much as we thought

Food allergies/sensitives? discover healthier and tastier alternatives. Cook more, spend less, enjoy more!

Put the dishrack in the sink, leaving only 1 sink for washing… more space on counter & dishes get done more frequently leaving less big dirty piles!



Posted by domspe on May 2, 2009 in life

On 4.28.09, Ian & I got engaged to be married on 10.10.10

after i geekily “proposed” via google calendar invite, i came home to a romantic evening!

101010 is binary for 42.
True geeks know that 42 is the Answer to the Ultimate Question of Life, the Universe, and Everything. (According to the hitchhikers guide)

view the photos on my public Facebook album


back to center

Posted by domspe on Apr 23, 2009 in fun!, life

Vacations are those necessary times when we get away from reality and life to engage in an alternate reality.

What I wonder is, why is what we do on vacation so dramatically different that daily life? And why does vacation have the tendency to throw us off center?

I endeavor to find a way to combine centered-living, healthy routines, and vacation-like fun.



Posted by domspe on Apr 10, 2009 in wisdom nuggets

Yet another “thank you blog” moment — a historical posts talks about my admiration for a friend who has managed to acquire an immense amount of physical capabilities. I was inspired by his discipline and remarked: Discipline is Remembering WHAT you Want.

Yesterday, I put this into action. I *really* want to convert to using my bike as a main mode of transportation. But after spending 11 years using my car as my means of getting about, its a matter of habit. And, well, discipline. I actually turned around and drove back home yesterday to use my bike.

I’m already pretty excellent about scheduling enough time between things. Now, i just need to remember to use my bike. Oh, any i absolutely need a Timbuk2 bag… oh, and spin shifters.

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