Acamea Deadwiler

Writer. Dreamer. Professional Creative.

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How to Actually Keep Your New Year’s Resolutions

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New Year’s resolutions have gotten a bad rep. We’ve started to deem them silly and pointless as we can make any desired changes at any time that we choose. There is no need to wait for a new year, which is really just another day on the calendar.

But, a new year naturally brings with it optimism. It is the proverbial page-turner for our lives — A fresh start. It gives us a specific moment we can pinpoint to kind of wash away all that happened prior and begin again. Does it really change anything? No. But half the battle of achievement and transformation is mental. So, if seeing a new year as a blank slate helps us get going and have some hope for the future, so be it. Take advantage of that.

Our resolutions for a new year only seem futile when we never follow through. If we’re constantly making and then breaking them, of course they will appear frivolous and no one will take them seriously. Not even us. So, if we set our intentions for the new year, it’s important that we do so in a manner that puts us in a position to succeed. If not, then there really is no point. We’ll only further frustrate and discourage ourselves.

Make New Year’s resolutions tangible — something you can actually see and for which you can measure progress. Ambiguous goals like … Continue Reading on Medium.com

 

Life, Love and the Pursuit Of

I won’t give up, if you don’t give up.

Life, Love and the Pursuit Of explores some of our universal challenges in life, using Acamea’s personal experiences as a guide. It will challenge your way of thinking, your way of doing and living as a means to inspire and encourage.

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Stop Settling for Less in Life

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Even the longest life is far too short to not live fully. We have this one shot to make it good, yet frequently accept much less than we’ve envisioned. We go to a car dealership having decided that we want a black convertible, but leave with a green station wagon. We head into a job interview knowing that we have the experience and skillset to request a $100K annual salary, yet we sign an offer for $50,000 a year. Claiming that we want a fulfilling, healthy, romantic relationship, we continue to make questionable dating decisions and find ourselves with people that stress us out, hurt us, and offer very little of what we look for in a partner.

Why do we settle for significantly less than we desire in any aspect of our lives? Continue reading on medium.com.

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Cleveland kidnapping victims

Discussing the Cleveland kidnapping victims’ YouTube video and our ability to overcome.

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