Monthly Archives: January 2011

No wonder RIDding is so hard.

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January 24, 2011 – On intuition.

I’ve learned, over time, to trust my intuition. My instincts often show me the path, far before my brain has applied the rigor needed. And usually, that’s a good thing. I’ve been learning that it’s important to FEEL something is … Continue reading

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January 23, 2011 – Living it up indeed.

If there’s one thing the RID project has changed my orientation towards, it’s luxury. Luxury to me now, is simply something that is well made, and will endure. It’s the joy of buying something for my home, that will be … Continue reading

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January 22, 2011 – We call this a culture?

I fear sometimes that the American culture has been set up to be a battle…always. Blue states versus red. Christians versus atheists. My sports team versus yours. As I RID this book on culture struggle today, I’m reminded how we … Continue reading

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January 21, 2011 – Box o’ psychology.

I found this box of psychology cards a few years ago – and it seemed interesting…so I bought it. And never really opened it again. This seems to be a theme of many of the items I’ve RID – things … Continue reading

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Helping Mom and Dad think about RIDding.

“Crap At My Parents House provides a space to pay homage to all of the weird crap that everyone’s parents have. Users are invited to submit anything you deem funny, weird, odd, unique, strange, absurd, ridiculous or just plain terrifying. … Continue reading

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January 20, 2011 – On growth.

A lot has happened since I stared the RID project. Suffice it to say, there are many items that are no longer cluttering up the Weaver household. But the things I’m getting really excited about…are the things that are still … Continue reading

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