How I Lost Almost 30 Pounds Without Going to the Gym

People who haven’t seen me a while often ask if I’ve lost some weight. Known for such phrases “I can’t stop eating!” while in college, I can say that the answer is a resounding yes! Since about 2009, I’ve managed to lose almost 30 pounds, going from about 183 (which my doctor at the time told . . . → Read More: How I Lost Almost 30 Pounds Without Going to the Gym

The Wonder of Family Unstructured Time

A big part of our pursuit of sustainable living here in San Francisco has been simplicity. That has meant a concerted effort to ask whether or not something we do or participate in is essential, and whether or not it’s life-giving for us. It’s been a good process.

One of the key lessons that we’ve picked up . . . → Read More: The Wonder of Family Unstructured Time

More Isn’t Always Better…in the Church

I started this week with a post talking about why More Megapixels Aren’t Always Better (is that title even grammatically correct?) for two primary reasons:

I have a problem with consumerism marketing which pushes new products on people even if the new product won’t actually provide a noticeable improvement.
I think there are lessons in this for the . . . → Read More: More Isn’t Always Better…in the Church