Happiness Hypothesis: What Are My Strengths?

Online quizzes aren't the best psychological instruments, obviously, but I tried to approach the quiz with openness and honesty. And not only do these results reflect things I identified with my exercises with Kelsey, but they reflect feedback I received from several of my friends when I asked them to identify my top three strengths.

By Trey McIntyre, ago

That 2017 Review

As many of my friends already know, I don’t do resolutions.  I think if you have some specific goal or task that you want to accomplish, you should just go do that without any consideration for the time of the year.  Yes, I know that there’s a psychological significance to Read more…

By Trey McIntyre, ago

Website Maintenance

Maybe you noticed that my site has been only limping along for the past couple of days.  I did a couple of posts the other day, went to bed, and didn’t think about my site for a minute. And then husby pinged me and said he couldn’t get to my Read more…

By Trey McIntyre, ago
Internet Stuff

Not a Paid Promotion

Husby and I have, for reasons that are beyond my ability to explain, purchased a bunch of new pictures and had them framed for our new place.  After looking at a lot of different sites, we’ve ended up using Frame It Easy. They aren’t superfancy, but the work is good. Read more…

By Trey McIntyre, ago
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