P.K. Subban’s Memorable Return To Montreal

Former Montreal Canadiens defenseman P.K. Subban returned back to Montreal, on March 1, and for the first time since the 2013 Norris Trophy winner was traded by the Canadiens to the Nashville Predators. And, it shouldn’t come as a surprise that Subban, age 27, received a warm welcome from the Bell Center’s sold out andContinue reading “P.K. Subban’s Memorable Return To Montreal”

My Favorite Time Of ‘The Day’

If you were to approach me while walking outside on a bright and sunny summer day and say, “Wow, what a beautiful day out today! Isn’t it?” I may in fact smile, nod my head and agree with you. But, truth be told is I would lying to you. It’s about 90’s degrees outside andContinue reading “My Favorite Time Of ‘The Day’”

Chip On My Shoulder, Priorities

“Mr. McKenna,” the specialist doctor said sternly, as he sat there observing my MRI. He shook his head from side to side and looked up at me. “I’m telling you, that you ABSOLUTELY cannot play any form of contact sports with this injured shoulder.” It was the summer of 2013. I had dislocated my leftContinue reading “Chip On My Shoulder, Priorities”

Inspiration vs. Motivation

How does one become “motivated” to achieve and pursue goals? Does one get inspired, or motivated to accomplish things in life and work? Does motivation drive you to succeed in a sport, professional setting, or school? I recently came across a piece labeled “Inspiration vs. Motivation” from Paid to Exist; while the author’s argument and pointsContinue reading “Inspiration vs. Motivation”

The Spirit-Symbol Of The Spider

Close your eyes, and keep them closed for ten seconds. Like myself, I’m sure you see fuzzy darkness, different broken up and indescribable shapes, and also a variety of changing colors. Over the past few months and on a daily basis the first thing I will see when I wake up is one of thoseContinue reading “The Spirit-Symbol Of The Spider”