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[22 Dec 2012 | No Comment | ]

The Mayan prediction was incorrect. Well, either that or we interpreted it all wrong. It was most probably the latter. Y2K, 2012 Doomsday, Zombie Apocalypse, we as a society praise the end. We wait upon it more than we do the return of Christ. We as a whole know that we’re in the wrong–we have been so for about 4 decades now–and all of us want to see this goddamn smog-filled shithole go up in flames, and righteously so. There has not been a time in history with more information …

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[8 Feb 2010 | 3 Comments | ]

MDMA got you feeling like a champion. I’ve gotta say that life is great. I’ve been going back and forth from Canada to Netherlands and back and forth again and life has been amazing in both countries. Sure, Amsterdam is 100 times better, but seeing family and friends in Toronto hasn’t been that bad either. I’ve been feeling real good lately not because I’ve been drinking–which is something I decreased severely–but I’ve been only focusing on positive things in life. I’ve been listening to positive music such as Young Forever …

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[1 Jan 2010 | 4 Comments | ]

Thinking back on 2009, it’s been quite a decent year. I published a book, I kept this blog alive, and I moved to Amsterdam for a year. Though there weren’t too much opportunity to monetize on many things, like I mentioned in this guest post, I feel that 2010 will be an even greater year. In ’09, I went through a lot of things that I never expected and it’s crazy how what I planned for to happen in the beginning of 2009 turned out by the end of that …

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[24 Dec 2009 | 3 Comments | ]

Today is Christmas and I wanted to do something special for all of you, because it’s not only Jesus’ b-day bash, but it’s also my 200th blog post. And so I wanted to do something I haven’t done before. I wanted to go through this tedious list of crucial information that is spread to the minds of millions (if not billions) and post the links to my top 10 favourite posts that I have written thus far. Sure, this is a little bit selfish and lazy, but overtime I’ve gotten …

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[8 Dec 2009 | 5 Comments | ]

I recently realized that there are things that I want to tell my faithful readers that just isn’t something for me to create a full blog post about, and decided the best way for me to get into contact with them is to send out a newsletter weekly or monthly or just whenever I have something of importance I’d like to share with them. Though you can subscribe to my RSS Feed or add me as a friend on Facebook, there are things that I want to know directly from …

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[17 Nov 2009 | 12 Comments | ]

Today there’s a great true story guest post from Srinivas Rao who writes for The Skool of Life. He’s here to share the great wisdom he learned on personal development through being held at gunpoint.

I’m not sure why I decided it was time to write this story on my blog. After my conversation with Kelley Diels, I realized that I offer alot of advice on my blog, but I rarely expose you to some of the sordid details of my life. But I felt like it was a story worth sharing …

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[15 Sep 2009 | One Comment | ]

I’ve written quite a few guest posts for other blogs and found it very beneficial to get my voice heard through other sources. Now I’d like to share the love and allow other bloggers to get the opportunity to guest post on this blog and get links back to their own webpages. Of course, I have guidelines: It has to be on topic!
When you’re submitting a guest post, make it about something that my readers can benefit from. My readers include people who like hearing about dating advice, general motivational …