Category Archives: Pic(k) of the Week

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Pic(k) of the Week | Things Aren’t Always as They Appear

A disturbing experience at an Instagram-famous location in Page, Arizona led me to an epiphany: Things aren’t always as they appear.

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Pic(k) of the Week: Do Something That Scares You

Growth never seems to happen when you want it to. But if you actively seek it, growth can happen in a minute. Here’s something togged you on the right path.

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Pic(k) of the Week: Start Small

One of the keys to winning big is to start small. Climbing is not something that comes naturally to me. But sometimes big failures are small wins.

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Pic(k) of the Week | Perception vs. Reality

Some places aren’t as magical as they appear on social media. Find out the brutal truth about this spot and how perception isn’t always reality.

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Pic(k) of the Week | Progress Is Progress

With all this extra time on my hands, I’ve been neglecting to use it to learn a new skill, because of fear. But progress is a patient teacher.

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Pic(k) of the Week | More Isn’t More

I thought I live simply, but then I met Megan and Michael from Fresh Off the Grid. They are an amazing example of only adding to life what brings value.

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Pic(k) of the Week | Do It Now

Ever since leaving for this road trip, I keep meeting people that say they wish they had done something similar. Don’t hesitate. Do it now.

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Pic(k) of the Week | Grass Is Always Greener Syndrome

Recently in California, I fell prey to Grass Is Always Greener Syndrome. Maybe you have too. It’s okay, it happens to all of us. Even CJ Hobgood!

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Pic(k) of the Week | Brutal Truth About White Sands

The thing about White Sands is that it has a lot of sand. It sounds obvious but the brutal truth is that sometimes sand isn’t nice. And it gets everywhere.

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