Good morning everyone, Merry Christmas Eve! As 2020 winds to a close, I wanted to share 10 things I am thankful for this year. I hope you can relate to some of these things and have other things you are thankful for as well. If you want, please share what you are thankful for in the comments. Without further ado, here is what I am thankful for in 2020:
It goes without saying, but I am very thankful for my wife, Laura. She has been my constant stay at home companion and has made this year special. I don’t know what I would do without her. I’ve enjoyed watching TV shows, Hallmark movies, BBQing and making dinner, baking cookies, going for walks around our neighborhood, helping me with puzzles, and much more. I am also very proud that she finished her Masters Degree this year. She is incredible and I love her so much. Continue reading →
Assuming I persuaded you to attend the FTU Virtual Seminar or better yet, purchase a FTU Online Annual Membership, the next thing you need to do is register for the FTU Virtual Seminar before December 12. I assumed (incorrectly) that I was automatically registered for the FTU Virtual Seminar when I purchased my FTU Online Annual Membership, but that is not true. You still need to register for the FTU Virtual Seminar if you want to live stream or watch the recording. In this post, I will walk you through the steps to register for the FTU Virtual Seminar.
First off, Laura and I are very fortunate that our families have stayed healthy and safe throughout the Coronavirus Pandemic and that we are both still employed (*knock on wood*). Even before I first became aware of COVID-19, I worked from home 2-3 days a week. Since March 1, I transitioned to working from home 5 days a week. The transition process was pretty easy since my home office was already set up. As long as a I have an internet connection and power to charge my laptop, I can work literally anywhere in the world. Thunder and lightning storms, power outages, and smoke from multiple nearby fires has made me feel a little uneasy the last few months. Every time I think to myself, “Oh 2020, how can things get worse?” something undoubtedly new pops up to remind me that life is truly unpredictable.
Good morning everyone. Earlier this week, I had the pleasure of being a guest / co-host on the Miles to Memories Podcast. I spoke with Shawn Coomer (MtM Founder) and Mark Ostermann (MtM Managing Editor), while Joe Cheung took the day/night off. We talked about my British Airways / Match.com love story, our pre-honeymoon to Moorea, and our upcoming road trip to Carmel / Monterey. Subscribe to the podcast here or click the play button below to stream the podcast. Have a great day everyone.