Tag Archives: habits

Why are Baptists against pre-marital sex?

I’m thankful for my Baptist heritage, and the theological foundation that has come with my upbringing. Baptists have contributed much to the expression of faith in Christianity, even if they have been the brunt of a few jokes (sometimes, rightfully … Continue reading

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I started a club!

I hate waking up early. I have never been one of those guys who embraces the early morning hours of any given day. Honestly, I have always been jealous of “those guys” who can get up 7 hours before the … Continue reading

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Why it can be good to wait

Waiting can be so hard. Waiting can feel like lost time, lost opportunity and for some, can even feel unspiritual! People from the outside can view your waiting as laziness, and people closest to you can sometimes mistake your waiting … Continue reading

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Why I’m going to work out this morning.

by Joe Castaneda I woke up today and the outside air temperature, with no windchill, was -20! Seems impossible when the sun is up, the sky is blue and from my ice-covered window, the view looks so inviting. Usually after … Continue reading

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Inside and Out

My daughter BJ has been working on a science project the past two weeks. We make her take vitamins every day (twice a day) and she sometimes gets a little frustrated with our constant reminder, “BJ…did you take your vitamins … Continue reading

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5 ways to stop living Overboard

Living the Overboard Life takes a lot of work. Obviously, if living a remarkable and fulfilling life was easy, everyone would be doing it. Brian Klemmer passed away a few years ago, and has written numerous books. One of them … Continue reading

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My 2013 goals

As Traci and I get going on our 100 Day Challenge to kick off 2013, my goals have finally taken shape. Here’s an overview of what I’m working on, especially in the next 100 days. I would love your thoughts, … Continue reading

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Habitual Readers (and other people we don’t like): (7/7)

In order to live the Overboard Life, we must be willing to learn from, and join in, the experiences of others. Books offer us a great means to accomplish this goal. In fact, it’s one of the main reasons we … Continue reading

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I’m a Hotdog and a can of Mt. Dew: The discipline of health (6/7)

If you’re like me, you’re probably ripped, carrying around a 6-pack of abs, and proudly flexing your buns of steel while standing in line at the grocery store. However, you and I should pity those around us who lack naturally … Continue reading

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5 key phrases for remarkable living (2 of 5)

“Always deliver excellence.” (Part 2 of a 5-part series on living a remarkable life. Click here to read part 1) In my last post, we discussed the importance of the phrase, “Mediocrity is unacceptable” to those wanting to live remarkable … Continue reading

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