Using goals to create habits

By Josh Sherman
2 min read
goals
habits
self improvement

Goals are absolutely worthless if they don’t help you to establish habits or virtues. That said, I love goals and consider myself somewhat of a goal-centric individual. Goals give me something to work towards and a wonderful sense of accomplishment when I achieve something I’ve set out to do. But […]

Saying goodbye

By Josh Sherman
2 min read
introspection
retrospection

I didn’t cry this much when my mother passed away. For my momma dog though… I was a fucking wreck. Reason being? At first, I thought maybe just maybe it had something to do with my own emotional growth over the last few years. After an emotional day and taking […]

Missing in Me

By Josh Sherman
4 min read
writing
introspection
retrospection

One of my goals this year is to write a book… …and I’m doing a superb job of fucking it up by not prioritizing my time around writing and accomplishing this goal of mine. With that, I figured I may as well put some of my words out there, maybe […]

Charity starts on your hard drive

By Josh Sherman
2 min read
open source
personal finance
charity

I’ve never been a charitable person. There, I said it. It’s not that I don’t care enough, it’s that I’ve always been somewhat selfish with my “hard earned dollars”. That said, this past January I read Dave Ramsay’s The Total Money Makeover and one of my main takeaways was that […]

June Challenge: Improve Posture

By Josh Sherman
2 min read
self improvement
fitness

Last year I took the month of June to immerse myself in Jazz music in an attempt to find some appreciation for it. I still think jazz sucks but Jazz June has turned into a mid-year opportunity for me to challenge myself. This year, I’ve decided that I should go […]