Josh Bulloc

Things Aren’t As Bad As They Seem

Posted by in Spiritual/Emotional

I recently listened to the audiobook Abundance. They key takeaway from this book is that things are not as bad as they seem. Lately I have been following others in believing that something bad is going to happen in the near future having to do with the government doing something negative or society taking a hit or collapsing. The book helped me to realize that we have built in biases that lead us to believe something bad is going to happen. These biased are hardwired into us to help protect…read more

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Leaving The Personal Development World

Posted by in Personal Development

Lately I have been moving away from the personal development world because I have found a lot of the messages are repeated and I am in search of new information. Also I realize I like to chase money and it adds extra stress to my life and since a lot of the personal development world talks about money and starting businesses I realize I need to step away. Another part of me leaving the personal development world is I realize I need to find out what I enjoy doing and…read more

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Making Lard Biscuits

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  A while back my aunt gave me some lard and it has sat in the fridge until recently. We have started using some of it to make biscuits. I know, lard biscuits sound awesome. First of all, don’t get all caught up about eating lard. It is better for you than that trans fat stuff and it is okay in moderation. I love Alton Brown’s podcast (I wish he would make more) and he always talks about making biscuits so I decided to use his recipe. I just used…read more

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Finding My Own River Cottage

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Black forest cake recipe About 2 years ago I read Tim Ferriss’s book The Four Hour Chef. It was a book about learning disguised as a cookbook. In his book he stated that “digital depression” and I filed that idea in the back of my head. Once I completed reading the book I started to make the recipes. The great part is that I began to learn the basics of cooking and became more comfortable around the kitchen. ¬†All the while that idea was germinating in my head. One of…read more

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My Third Try At Soda Bread

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  This was my third try at soda bread. Soda bread is easier and faster to make than regular bread since it requires no kneading and no time to rise. Actually the hard part is getting it put together fast enough. When I made my first one I thought I did it wrong since it looked ugly. Actually, it looked like it should have. Here are some of the videos I used to make sure I was doing it right: The first soda bread I made was with all white…read more

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Workout at home-1 Arm Pushup

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This one took me a bit to figure out until I found some videos inline which showed the person contorting their body to complete the pushup. If not then you will be unable to balance well. Though, I realize I still need to work on my form.

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Workout at Home-Half Pullups

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http://intentionalsuperhero.com/ Don’t be like me, I did not realize that I was kipping my knees to make the move easier. Also, this angle makes it more obvious that I am going bald.  

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Walking Down Bridges

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This is when it gets exciting. When you get to this step you start to see what the full stand to stand bridge is going to be like.  

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Full Bridges

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This is the full back bridge. This one is great for stretching your back and helping with digestion.

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