...Motivation is definitionally subjective. Some people are motivated by greed, some loath it. Some are motivated by "faith in a higher power", others want to "live in the moment."
I wanted to get the fat monkey off my back. And thighs. And belly. And ass...
…The older I get, the louder "Why?" becomes. This is somewhat by default as health, marriage and career have answered many of the "What/How/Where/Who" queries - but it's also because there is more in my rear view mirror than in front of my windshield...
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IN THE RULES:
MONEY & BUILDING
...Building anything involves mystery we do not tolerate well, and money and patience we have a limited supply of. We can learn about the risks and realities of construction to diffuse the fear of the unknown. We can man-up and get braced for a long haul. But most of us do not have a color xerox that prints $100 bills... (click here to read more)
IN FINDING HOME:
LIVING IN MY DREAMS
...From a single homes to a "village" for 8 families to a passive solar infill project for 11 families - the variety of these unbuilt efforts fairly represent the scope of my practice, and may inspire you...
The Boomer parent-child dynamic has both overburdened our maturing post adolescent children with patterns of co-dependence that are unsustainable, and has warped that inherently asymmetric relationship into a simulation of friendship between equals.