Jason Rosenburg

Misconceptions Due To Misinformation

Where do I even begin? There are so many misconceptions about Mexico, and probably even more about Tijuana. I know when I decided to move here a lot of people I know automatically started to worry. Everyone talks about how dangerous Tijuana is. That was

Jason E. Fort: Life’s a Road Trip

Today I have another great guest post for you! You guys might remember Jason from his previous guest post when he took his road trip with his son. If you don’t remember it, go read it here. It was a great salute to the military.

What An Attitude Adjustment Can Do For You

Let’s talk about what an attitude adjustment can do for you. I’m writing this post late on a Sunday night. Most of you won’t read this until Monday morning, which is perfect. I hope this will impact your Monday in a positive way. My entire

When You Can’t Write

I want to start this off by saying, those of you who are subscribed to my email list. You will now get my blog posts in your inbox!! The only people getting that before were the ones subscribed through WordPress. Now all of you should

A Creator Leaves His Mark

I’m the type of person that ponders many things. Most of them have to do with God. As far back as I can remember I’ve thought about him. Even as child outside playing, he would be on my mind quite often. God is bigger than

More Than You Can Bear?

I’m sure you’ve heard the saying, “God won’t put on you more than you can bear.”  I’m here to challenge that idea this morning. I know some of you may have just been tempted to click away. Stay with me. We have a lot of

Rain Never Lasts Forever

There are times in life when we face struggles. No one is immune from it. Christians have hardships. There is no promise in the bible that we will always live in prosperity and never be touched by things that bring pain to our bodies and

How to Deal With Holiday Stress

Holiday Stress This time of year is hard for many people. We’re in the middle of a long holiday season. It starts with Thanksgiving and ends with New Year’s day. While it’s meant to be a joyous time, for many it ends up being stressful

Christmas Time Is Here

  It’s that time of year again. When I was a kid I looked forward to this month all year. Christmas was always my favorite. One of my favorite memories in school is when I was in second or third grade and the classroom doors

NaNoWriMo Time Again!

It’s that time of year again folks! It’s time for NaNoWriMo! If you’d like more information about NaNoWriMo, you can go to their website HERE. The full name is National Novel Writing Month, and that month is November!The whole idea is to write 50,000 words

The First Time I Saw Him

This is a free verse poem/spoken word piece I wrote today. I hope it comes across in reading the way I want it to. Enjoy. The First Time I Saw Him Everything changes when he walks in the room. I’ll never forget the first time

My Grandmother’s Orchard

My grandmother had one of the largest orchards I’ve ever seen. You could just stand and inspect at all the different fruits for hours. I know some of my family reading this are probably thinking I’m crazy, because my grandmother didn’t have a literal orchard.

My Writer’s Manifesto

Today I’m bringing you my Manifesto. The reasons I write. This IS ME. My Writer’s Manifesto My tagline says “I write in the dark, to bring faith to light” it’s both literal and figurative. I enjoy writing in complete darkness. Nothing but me, the computer screen

The Business of Writing

When you think about writers what enters your mind? Maybe you see someone sitting at a typewriter, (yes I dated myself there), with wads of paper thrown around the room. Or maybe you think about best seller lists and lots of money. You may even

How To Fix A Bad Day

Imagine it, you’re having a bad day, maybe you’re running late, spilled your coffee, and nothing is going right. No, this has nothing to do with today being Monday. It does have everything to do with turning a bad day around. I know that none

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