Posts Tagged ‘chris guillebeau’

In the tradition of Chris Guillebeau, I’ve been starting to conduct an annual review. What went well this year? What didn’t go well this year? It’s a goalsetting of sorts, but using the reflection as a means of focus and improvement. I’m breaking my review up this year, and starting with one of the biggest […]


Recently I’ve talked about setting quests–finding big goals in life and pursuing them. This is all inspired by Chris Guillebeau’s recent book. The few people who haven’t pushed me away, thinking I’m an evangelical preacher, when I talk about setting life-quests, have told me that they don’t have any idea of the quests to pursue. […]


Last time, I talked about Chris Guillebeau’s new book about setting quests for yourself, seeking life improvement, so on and so forth. What if you can’t think of anything to accomplish? Well… that’s part of what this book is about, to inspire you, to give your creativity a good shove. And what some of these […]


I recently had the opportunity to preview Chris Guillebeau’s new book, which came out a few days ago. It’s called The Happiness of Pursuit, and discusses the importance of seeking out quests in life. He also gives many examples of diverse quests people have taken–from the extreme, of a family of four bicycling and tent […]


Not long ago, I got an advance copy (hee, I feel special!) of Chris Guillebeau’s new book, The Happiness of Pursuit. If you haven’t heard of Chris, stop by his website–no matter who you are, you’re sure to find something that will inspire you. He writes about travel, pursuing goals, finding out who you are, […]


get outta here!

04Dec13

Too many of us with a chronic disease end up sitting around at home–whether from chronic fatigue, chronic pain, too much inward focus on *us* and our disease, and/or lack of funds (because of having to pay for treatment). And yet travel is one of the best gifts/investments you can ever make. To quote Mark […]