Perfect Life

2016.04.24 This page is woefully outdated and unfinished!

Toward your perfect life

You only have one life so you might as well make the most of it!

Living a purposeful life is one of my ultimate goals. Without purpose it is very difficult to accomplish anything, let alone live a happy and fulfilling life while accomplishing what we want. This page is truly about getting the most out of life and having fun doing it. 🙂

Of course, your perfect life is going to be different than my perfect life. However, there are certain tips & tricks that can help us along our journey. In the beginning there will not be much here and the content may be arranged haphazardly, however, over time my hope is that it will coalesce into a helpful resource for me and you.  Please bear with me as I continue to work on it.

NOTE: If nothing else, you should definitely take a visit to the first site listed-Live Simple at view a few of his tips. I am certain you will find something worthwhile there!

My favorite, and one of the best, living simple resource:

Live Simple: Radical tactics to reduce the clutter, complexity, and costs of your life

Live Simple: Radical tactics to reduce the clutter, complexity, and costs of your life tactics to reduce the clutter, complexity, and costs of your life.

Now, back to my content…

Section One: The role of health in simple living

And the power of a healthy lifestyle.

I assume your dream lifestyle does not include frequent visits to the doctor.  You probably would prefer to not be taking numerous and varied medications daily. You probably don’t want to be winded or physically incapable of going the places you want to go and doing the things you want to do.

So, do eat healthy and exercise as best you can. By simply choosing a healthy lifestyle your body will  shape you are already one step ahead in your quest to your perfect life.

Cliched but true quotes about eating healthy:

You are what you eat (related link)

Religious Christian quotes related to having a healthy body:

Your body is a temple […] therefore honor God with your bodies. 1 Corinthians 6:19-20

[more sections to be added later]


PS Misc notes semi-related to Simple Living

Here is a brief diversion into the realm of men/women and the different ways  they each view chores and tasks:

Chore Cloud: One Difference Between Men and Women -

Chore Cloud: One Difference Between Men and Women – foldedspace.org sighed, grabbed pen and paper, and drew a couple of diagrams that delineate the difference between how men and women view chores.

Discarded or not-incorporated notes

These are tidbits that, for one reason or another, I chose not to include in the above sections. I may want to come back and tweak/improve these ideas later… so I’m lumping them all down here. Feel free to just ignore them!

This page is meant to detail my progression toward a simpler more fulfilling life. I still have a way to go but I am making steady progress 🙂

Eating healthy and getting plenty of physical activity in can greatly aid you in your quest to your perfect life. Since we all have our inherent physical limitations (whatever they may be) and potential ailments, there is no need to exacerbate those problems by making poor lifestyle choices.


  • Dear J.D.
    My name is Tim Bowling and I ran across your website while trying to find a solution for why asus BT-400 driver would not work in a system that I built. This is a shot in the dark, but I’ve noticed where you’ve taken on trouble-shooting issues in the past, but I can’t find a place to submit one. If you could get back with me with the proper place to submit an issue I would appreciate it.


    • Hi Tim,
      Thank you for your email. Bluetooth adapters can definitely be tricky to get working, especially since they generally require a hardware driver for the adapter itself and then a separate bluetooth stack for connectivity. There is a lot that can go wrong during initial setup 😉

      Are you still having issues with the ASUS BT-400 wifi adapter?

      If so, a few questions:
      #1 What OS version are you using? (Windows 7, Windows 8? 32 bit or 64 bit?)
      #2 Which drivers have you tried? (Windows Update drivers, drivers from ASUS website?)
      #3 Do you have a yellow exclamation mark and “Unknown Device” or similar in Windows Device Mananger -or- are you just unable to get any bluetooth connectivity?
      #4 Anything unusual about the system you built, have you tried the USB bluetooth adapter in another system?

      If you can provide a bit more info I will be glad to try to help!

      Thanks Tim,

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