What Are The Odds?

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This weekend we took a quick trip to Crater of Diamonds State Park in Arkansas with some friends.  I’ll be writing about the park on Friday, but today I wanted to share an observation about wealth and security from the diamond mine… An interesting part of searching for diamonds is the people you can observe […]

Dreams and Dry Erase Boards

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Regular readers of my blog are quite familiar with my ‘flipping’ exploits.  One of my favorite items to flip is dry erase boards…but this isn’t another post about flipping.  Instead I’d like to share some thoughts on the people buying the dry erase boards… Almost every person I’ve sold a dry erase board to is […]

Evernote, Little Hands, Smartphone Coupons, and Sugar: A year ago…

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After a holiday break, it is time to take a look back at what I was writing about a year ago.  It is truly a diverse collection of posts… Little Hands, Big Hearts  – This was the post that fueled the idea for the family devotional series I wrote throughout 2013.  Our children are amazing […]

The 10K Challenge

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I’m a big believer in having goals.  I don’t always accomplish my goals but they keep me moving forward and learning.  A life, marriage, career, etc. without goals is adrift and in danger. I prefer to set goals that follow the SMART methodology.  They are specific, measurable, attainable, relevant, and time-bound.  With that in mind […]

Elf on the Shelf, Christmas Bonus & Treadmill Desk: A Year Ago on Dad is Learning

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As I mentioned last week, I am going to try a few posts on Wednesdays looking back at a year ago on the blog.  This week features three of the most popular posts on DadisLearning.com…. Elf on the Shelf Ideas and Observations We have an “Elf on the Shelf” and his name is Pete.  We […]