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Win 2016: Turn Resolutions into Practices

December 31, 2015 by


It’s the last day of the year and it’s that time where we take stock of what’s past and craft what we’d like to come next. How was your 2015? Did you get what you wanted? Did you learn anything? Did you have fun? Do you want better results in 2016? Speaking of 2016, have […]

How my 3 Year Daily Practice Changed my Life

December 19, 2015 by


If you had met me in my 20s, there’s little chance you would do anything but laugh at the idea of me exercising and sweating daily for any duration of time, let alone three years. Knowing myself, it’s perhaps even more surprising. Yet, it’s good to know after these 36 months that yes, you can teach […]

How the Internet Ruined Education

May 26, 2015 by


Catchy article title, huh? Yeah, I think so too. And in some ways, it’s utter bullsh*t. At the same time, it also aptly sums up so much of what has transpired in the last decade. Why? Because the internet makes it possible for anyone anywhere to represent themselves as a subject matter expert with little ability […]

10 Reasons I Fell In Love with Jamberry Nails!

April 2, 2015 by


If you’ve ever wanted a manicured look but: couldn’t afford it couldn’t find time to do it didn’t think it lasted long enough didn’t think it was worth the money the polish got a smudge, dent, chip or in some way made imperfect the manicure within hours of completing it find your schedule limiting for most of the […]

What are the Best Fire Fans for Beginners?

March 30, 2015 by


I recently took some time to answer this question which continues to be asked again and again: What are the best fire fans to get for beginners? Never done it before so I really want to get a pair and dive right in.  First and foremost, remember that best is subjective and relative to your goals with […]

11 Tips for Filming Better Fire Videos

March 16, 2015 by


From time to time the question of shooting quality video comes up and we get asked what to do to assist in the process. We took some time to share these 10 tips to help you film better fire videos: Wear a costume that will show up well in the low light. Things to consider include […]

5 Ways to Develop Your Look as A performer

March 8, 2015 by


Today’s question came from a comment on one of my recent blog posts on becoming a pro flow performer: How did you come up with your look? Especially when you’re performing with fire. Didn’t you feel limited in the beginning? Just curious about your process. What a great question and one I really wish I’d […]