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Rules for Intrepid Living: Rule #66.

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Rules for Intrepid Living

Rule #66. A bad day is not a bad life. Have you ever had one of those days where nothing goes right? You’re running late, you get a flat tire, your umbrella blows away, and then you lose your keys? I’ve had plenty of those days. You know, when your jobs a joke, you’re broke, and your love life’s D.O.A…. Read more »

Rules for Intrepid Living: Rule #65.

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Rule #65: Have fun Are you having a good time? I know, you have a to do list, you’ve got to stay committed if you want to achieve your goals, and those bills ain’t gonna pay themselves. But still, I really want to know- are you having fun? If your answer is no, there’s a problem. Listen, I’m an emotional… Read more »

Rules for Intrepid Living: Rule #64.

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Rule #64. Know your place. I know, this might sound negative. Perhaps even a little derogatory. It reeks of privilege and smacks of ignorance. But before you get upset, let me give you a little more context in the form of a quote from someone who most decidedly knew their place. “When we try to pick out anything by itself,… Read more »

Rules for Intrepid Living: Rule #63.

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Rule #63. Don’t take yourself too seriously. There are a lot of very serious things happening in the world right now. We, as a society and culture, have a lot of problems that we need to solve, and we can’t agree on how best to do that. As individuals we have problems as well. If nothing else, we have the… Read more »

Rules for Intrepid Living: Rule #62.

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Rule #62. The sharp tool cuts best. Abraham Lincoln supposedly said, “Give me six hours to chop down a tree, and I shall spend the first four sharpening the axe.” The attribution doesn’t seem to hold weight, but the sentiment does; when it comes to cutting, the sharp tool does the best work. I always carry a pocket knife on… Read more »