Best of everything that I have come across for success, small and big.

Just getting started, much more to come.


Natural Health Enhancers

NALT Powder – That’s “N-Acetyl L-Tyrosine” powder.  L-Tyrosine is is a precursor to the very important neurotransmitters dopamine and norepinephrine.  This is a WONDERFUL supplement if you suffer from depression, lethargy, excessive sleepiness, feel tired too often, have trouble concentrating or focusing, or otherwise feel weak.

Magnesium – Most of today’s humanoids are deficient in Magnesium (as well as many other minerals) due to our shitty diets.  Magnesium is one of my favorite and needed supplements as it helps keep my restless legs under control.



Travel Tools

Osprey Farpoint 55 Travel Backpack – I tested several different backpacks and this is by far the best one for any type of travelling I have found.

National Park Passport – If you are doing any travelling in the United States, then you sure as hell better be visiting some of the National Parks. If you are visiting the parks, you gotta have this to commemorate the trips!

Zing Neoprene Camera Case – I’ve had 5 different camera cases, and this one made my life SO much easier while on the road. You can just slip the camera in the wrap and shove it into a backpack or anywhere else instead of having an extra case to drag on the trail with you. Most useful if you are only using one lens.




Outwitting the Devil: The Secret to Freedom and Success – The most important book you will read in your entire life. I personally prefer the audio edition of this book. Napoleon Hill was a man ahead of his time.

Meditations –  Written by Marcus Aurelius, Roman Emperor of the 2nd century. It’s ONE dollar via this link, just buy it and try reading it.

How to Stop Worrying and Start Living – Dale Carnegie was an iconic writer of the early 20th century, right next to Napoleon Hill. This collection of stories will help you let go of your bullshit worries and just live your damn life.

Personal Favorites

The Giver – A book that was a required read a decade ago when I was only in 4th grade. It still comes to the back of my mind on occasion; the story of a Utopian society that slowly reveals itself to be a Dystopian society. For me, this book helps elaborate how there can never be a ‘perfect’ world or a ‘perfect’ society.

Saltwater Buddha – A young surfer steals money from his mom (before eventually giving it back) in order to flee to Hawaii to live a life of surfing. Among many other adventures, this kid is on a journey to find zen on the sea.