Waldo’s Life began as a blog on January 1, 2010.  Its original purpose was to share one man’s journey in the pursuit of health, wealth and happiness.

By the time that 2010 had come to an end, the blog had evolved well beyond its original scope, and the name and stated purpose had become very limiting.

In January of 2011, Waldo2010 officially became Waldo’s Life.

Waldo’s Life is about a journey, but unlike Waldo2010, there is no pre-determined destination or goal in mind.

Aerosmith said it perfectly in their song “Amazing”

“Life’s a journey, not a destination….and I just can’t tell, just what tomorrow brings.”

One of the things that has been discovered on this journey so far is that change is inevitable, and it can be good if you embrace it.

Waldo’s Life is about change, growth and writing with passion.

Thank you for being a part of the journey!

  1. Adam…I, too, am a blogger so I truly appreciate what you are doing! I can assure you that I will follow you blog…and your journey through life as you perceive it! 🙂

    • Thanks Gina. I didn’t know that you blogged also. Please send me the information so that I can check it out. I’m glad that you’re going to be a part of this blog.

  2. Adam, you are so right about putting down your goals. I did it last year and I was very successful until about Sept when health got in the way, but that is behind me and I will be writing by 2010 goals today along with my children. We even do goal posters, which you may find valuable for the kids, I look forward to watch this over the next year.

    • Thanks for the goal poster advice, Mary. I like the idea of using that with my kids (at least the older one). My only goal for the little one is to conquer the elusive potty. 🙂

  3. Can’t wait to hear what you have to say…..

  4. Good ideas. I read your first post and it was very compelling. I have to say that I’ve missed your writing at Active Rain and it’s good to see you at it again.
    I guess my comment on this post would be: “be available” I try to always respond when others approach or contact me. (Even or should I say…especially when I don’t really feel like it!)

    Best to you in the New Year!

    • Thanks Russell. Hopefully you’ll like this as much as Active Rain, although it is going to be somewhat different. Happy New Year to you too!

  5. Hey congrats on your new blog! 🙂

  6. Hi Adam, I used to love your blog over on Active Rain and really wish you would consider posting to this one and that one at the same time. All the best in keeping your resolutions. I’ll look forward to reading all about it.

    • Hi Susan. Thanks for the compliment about my Active Rain blog. I don’t think that this one really fits in over there right now. Who knows what will happen in the future though? Either way, I’m glad that you’re going to be a part of this blog.

  7. So my friend I find your words ultimately motivating not because I can’t find motivation for myself but simply because you prove to me that I am not alone in my pursuit of “happyness”:) I lived my life over the last 4-5 years putting others selfish need for happiness ahead of my own and the funny part is the only true happyness that I ever achieve is when I make my daughters happy with the unconditional love that they so give me in return. So I will continue to read your blog and use it as a reminder that “happyness” is first found within and from there all things can be accomplished! Thank You!

    • Thanks Zig! I know how hard it must be for you because you are not with your girls all of the time. Great point about “happyness” being found from within. Looking forward to getting together in the very near future!

  8. Adam, I am so looking forward to your future blogs as i have really enjoyed your most recent. Like I said, you have a gift for writing your thoughts down that I wish I had. Good luck!!

  9. Best of luck with the new blog, Adam. I look forward to reading your entries.
    Happy walking…

  10. Adam,
    All the best in the new year! I’d echo Susan Mangigian’s comment about Active Rain. Much success!

  11. Some wise words of wisdom to take to heart in the New Year!

  12. As always you eloquently strike the heart of the matter! I love your blogs and have missed you! The important things in life are worth looking at closely, over and over!

  13. That’s my boy!

  14. Adam I always love reading what you write and look forward to reading what you post on this new blog.

    Best of luck to you my friend!


  15. Hi Adam… I agree with the others who have commented about your AR presence. I would love to see you post to BOTH blogs. There has definitely been a void on AR without you there.

  16. Happy New Year Adam,

    I look forward to following your progress.

    How about calling in to my program now and then to offer your insights and your progress in 2010?

    All the best from my family on Long Island to yours.


    • Thanks Striker. I think that this blog is in lockstep with everything that you and Karen are doing, and I’d be interested to hear your thoughts. I would love to call into your show and discuss my progress with you. Why don’t we talk before your next show and we can plan something? I’ll speak to you soon.

  17. Adam,
    It’s always a delight to read your post- keep them coming & Very happy New Year!

  18. Adam, I have also been doing some soul searching over the past two years. I’ve come to the conclusion that for right now I am right where I need to be. At the same time, I am also making some changes for the better in my life. I wish you much success and “happyness” in 2010!

  19. On board. Where we heading?

    • Haven’t fully charted the course, my friend. As I mentioned, this was conceived and launched within a matter of hours. Glad that you’ll be along for the ride though.

  20. hey there- love the blog. its nice to read someones thoughts w/o feeling like I am being lectured on how to be a better person. I am also not a firm beleiver in resolutions. I beleive one has choices to make to do the right thing not only with themselves but with the people around them.
    Keep up the good work-g

    • Thanks Gail! I don’t believe that talking at people works very well either. I prefer to share my story and talk to them. Hopefully, people will take whichever parts appeal to them and implement them into their own lives. Thanks for being a part of the journey.

  21. Adam, thank you for your inspired words. I appreciate you taking the time to share this with all of us. I wish you much success on your journey!

  22. Thank you, Diane. Sharing this with everyone makes it more interesting for me. I’m glad that you’re going to be a part of it.

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