As I was thinking of a topic to discuss this week, I thought of hobbies that I don’t personally do but I feel like I should try every once in a while. This is why I am talking about cloud watching and why it seems like a fun thing to do. Continue reading “Cloudwatching”
I’ve been casually trying to learn guitar for several years now with mixed results.
However, it wasn’t until a friend turned me onto a video game named Rocksmith that I really made some progress.
I’ve done a little searching on what successful people have in common and I have found nine items that successful people possess that rung true from my perspective of someone who is striving to someday be successful. Continue reading “What Does It take To Become a Successful Person?”
When jumping into a new hobby, I rarely have much experience in the field. Instead of diving right into heavy research and background, I usually head to Youtube for a nice introduction. There are channels and playlists pertaining to just about any hobby or recreational activity around. This in itself quickly became a new hobby, and I’d like to share a few channels that have been great learning tools for their respective hobbies.
Learning can be defined as, “A persisting change in human performance or performance potential…[which] must come about as a result of the learner’s experience and interaction with the world.”
From Psychology of Learning for Instruction by M. Driscoll Continue reading “Strive To Be A Lifelong Learner”
Society will tell you that the number of Christians in the world is declining. Author Patrick Morley disagrees, but he identifies an increase of a different kind – the number of what he calls “Cultural Christians.”
I just finished reading the 25th anniversary edition of Morley’s “Man in the Mirror.” It’s a faith-based book that has sold more than 3 million copies since its first release in 1989. And it’s a riveting read that takes the uncommon approach of challenging men to live for a different set of values in a materialistic world.
Upon release, Diablo 3 was a major miss for many fans of Diablo II. It had been in development for so long but it felt like a completely different game. Some saw it as just killing as many monsters as fast as possible. In my opinion, Diablo 3 is great and I argue that it may be better than Diablo II.
Continue reading “Diablo 3 Review”
Oh boy, this is going to be a fun one. Diablo 2 is one of my favorite games because it is fun, replayable, and I started playing it a long time ago. It’s a hack-n-slash, over the top dungeon crawler where you fight against demons and other minions of hell trying to defeat Diablo, The Lord of Terror. Continue reading “Evil Beware! (Diablo 2: Lord of Destruction Review)”