To all of you incredible moms out there. I know you go thru bouts of thinking you could do more, that you could do things better, that you're the one that's responsible for anything that's not going perfectly. Well, even if just for today...quit it! You are doing fantastic, your work is endless and it never stops! We love you so much, we don't show you nearly enough appreciation and every day should be "Mother's Day!" I'm speaking for the whole world... thank you, thank you, thank you...and keep up the good work, we'd all be lost with out you! Have a great Sunday! ❤️💪🏼
Posted at: 2019-05-09 15:44:54
3 day water fast was a great kick start. It'd be nice if I could select the genetics of my ancestors I wanted and leave the heart disease and diabetes behind. As I advance in age, these factors may become more significant. I have been to a lot of funerals this past year and once the heart is weak and other complications rear their heads it's a downward spiral. I'm preparing myself for a long life, a family of my own with @shalisa_p , and that is a great "why" to be attentive to my health from the inside out. I'm preparing for 9 decades of life now. I'd like for them to be fun, not in and out of hospitals. I've seen it first hand. Not the way I'd want to live...
Posted at: 2019-05-07 03:31:33
i'll tell you what it's never a good time for...a 72-hour water fast. I needed a reset. One more day (maybe stick it out for 5 days if I feel good tmrw night) It hasn't been too bad. Video of the coffee enema and salt flush coming soon...
Posted at: 2019-05-05 15:29:59
Getting ready for the second half of '19 down a few coaches and behind by a few touchdowns. Time to start a big comeback! 💪🏼👊🏽💥 #suskinstrong#eyesforward
Posted at: 2019-05-01 19:30:25
I wish you a tribe -- A band of brothers and sisters you can rely on. A community that you're continually earning your place in. A place that lifts you especially when defeated. ✨ I wish you hard physical and mental training -- so you can have the confidence to keep pushing forward when the pain of life makes you want to quit. ✨I wish you a love of books and a desire to learn -- The more mental models you can develop the better prepared you will be for the challenges your future holds. ✨l wish you the discipline to be an optimist -- Fortunes change quickly, and there is a bright side, with effort, always.
✨I wish you the vulnerability to love and feel experiences deeply -- It's that care, affection and mindfulness that will ultimately haunt you when others leave, but it's what makes life worth living.
✨I wish you the strength to say "i'm sorry," and "I love you" often. -- There is a day of reckoning between you and someone and this ability will save you a grief that has the potential to be crippling . ✨The collapse you fear most is certainly coming. i don't say this to be dramatic, it is a simple truth. Those you love will leave and so will you. I wish you the above qualities so you can develop "grace." An ability to understand that you choose to love, you choose to create, you choose to engage. I hope you have the strength to recognize that in loss, in pain, there is always beauty. I wish this for all the people i love. 🙏🏻❤️.
Dan Suskin: 1939-2018 & Leslie Suskin 1942-2019
If @shalisa_p , @higgins.ben and I are gonna be crazy enough to come up with an idea like @theweddingpartyfest , then we better be crazy enough to be part of it all! Here goes nothing...Shalisa and I are joining our awesome couples (and 2000 guests) and getting hitched on Sept 1! (We came up with a great job for ben 🤔). Follow along with all of the fun (link in bio ☝🏼, videos coming soon) #theweddingparty2019#notyourmamaswedding
Posted at: 2019-04-23 12:29:35
In 2002 we were a few years into making DiningOut Magazine. We had expanded to Miami, Chicago, San Diego and were slowly making our way to new cities. As a start-up we mostly worked out of our homes and coffee shops. Most of our time was on airplanes, hotels, or in a car seeing clients. ✨
By some random encounter we met Mark Burke. He was the new president of Johnson & Wales University in Denver. The guy could light up a room. We met him once and already felt like his best friend. We joked how we should create an office on campus for DiningOut. He didn't laugh, he looked at us and said "I don't see why we wouldn't?!" Within a month DiningOut became a part of the JWU campus. It was a magical time. I don't personally know a business who has been handed that type of situation. Our offices were a tour stop for campus tours. It was all because of Mark Burke. He would grab me for lunch in the Dining Hall every week. He would advise me on work and mentor me on most of my decisions. He loved business, he had such a passion for people and helping them create. He believed in us in ways we didn't even know to believe in ourselves. He was that special breed, the type that made the people around him feel unstoppable. He had a way of leading that was so inclusive and empowering. ✨
I am so deeply saddened that he has passed. I can say how much i loved him, but in truth it was a deeper respect than that. I really, really liked and enjoyed this man. I always loved hearing from him. His optimism and humor were contagious and I will really miss him. I genuinely enjoyed him. He was a good one. My kind of fella.
I had a great day at Middle School with my main man Oliver. I got a solid 50% on the math test, cheated on the history exam and didn't understand a word of the Spanish class.💪🏻 I was so excited he picked me to be his special friend for the day, all the other kids had their grandparents. So I pretty much fit in perfectly! @oliver5sox7@geoff3258