Welcome

No Experience Necessary began as a personal challenge in discipline.  First – could I discipline myself to write every day when I’ve never done anything like this before?  Second – could I use that discipline to make other areas of my life a priority?

To stay on track, I’ve assigned a focus to each day of the week.  I’m not just writing about these topics, but using the task of writing as accountability to be more intentional with my time and attention.  The result … living life ON PURPOSE!

Money Monday – Budget, Plan, Save, Spend ..and let’s not forget, Make MORE

Together Tuesday – Marriage and allllll that comes with it

Work of Art Wednesday – Paint, Write, Sing, Draw, CREATE

Thurs·DIY – Declutter, Reorganize & Fix Up the House

Friends & Fam Friday – Making time for the ones I love

Satur·PLAY – Discovering New Adventures – Big & Small

Soul·Full Sunday – Feeding the Mind, Body & Spirit

As a reader, you can follow along every day or just tune-in for topics that interest you.  Each day/topic has a link at the top of the page for easy access to those posts.  You’ll find a little “How To” and a little “Dear Diary” as I document my journey through what works, what doesn’t and the mental and emotional struggles along the way.

I encourage you to not just read, but journey along with me towards a more intentional life for yourself.  There’s no experience necessary! 

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ABOUT JR

jr

Dreamer | Singer | Husband | Music Publisher | Songwriter | Father | Fitness Instructor | Entrepreneur | Business Owner | Artist | Blogger …

My friends frequently ask if there’s anything I can’t do, but I don’t really know how to do much of anything.  What they perceive as natural ability is really my willingness to try, fail, pray and keep on trying.  So let’s try blogging!

For the full story on who I am and how I got here, check: No Clue

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“You have to be brutally realistic about your present circumstances and wildly unrealistic about your future circumstances.”  ~Jon Acuff, Start