Win a FREE SKATEBOARD

Win a free skateboard! Includes: The Uprise deck, trucks, wheels, bearings, and grip. Rules: Go follow the new Sleeping Hooligan Twitter account: @sleepnhooligan Tag a friend on the post on Instagram hashtag #sleepinghooligan Follow the new YouTube page: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCW5Ni3tLIkmEzThD-u5lmB Once we get 111 followers on the new YouTube page we’ll pick a winner. US entry’s…

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Live

Don’t forget what makes you unique. As you’re getting lost along the way remember the people you meet, and cherish the memories you make. Stand out. Stay happy, even when everything is falling apart, smile. Someone is watching, and relies on your strength to find their own. Turn rejection into elevated awareness. Become more than…

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Imagine

The times we live in seem so unsure. It's easy to lose hope. I remember growing up in the Reagan era, and the fear that swept the nation over nuclear was minimal but was there none the less. It wasn't even a new fear. It was revisited from the generation before, and the generation before…

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New Support Group on Facebook

I started a support group today for people looking for a little encouragement with exercise or just life in general. It is a a closed group so that the people in the group feel they can talk without just anyone listening in. I’d like to encourage anyone to join!   https://www.facebook.com/groups/2025747440985878/

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Morning Thoughts on Self Forgiveness

I’m sitting here in Medford Oregon looking out my window as the sun rises on Mount McLoughlin. I can’t help to think about how different my life is, and how different I feel. Forgiving myself was the best decision I’ve ever made. I’m healthier both mentally and physically. I have a partner, Carrie, that is…

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Dealing with fear

fear

Why am I talking about fear?   Recently I listened to a podcast from my friend, and brilliant author, Auburn Seal. In her podcast she touches on her fear of starting that podcast and what motivates her to overcome her fear. She quotes Frank Herbert from Dune and discusses how it helps her to look up inspirational…

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The Women’s March an act of Civil Disobedience

Women's March, Eugene, Oregon 2017 Women's March, March, injustice, equality, equal

The Women’s March an act of Civil Disobedience In response to slavery and the Mexican–American War Henry David Thoreau suggested that individuals should not permit governments to overrule or atrophy their consciences, and that they have a duty to avoid allowing such acquiescence to enable the government to make them the agents of injustice. He called this…

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