Archives For Wade Bearden


Words used to describe Mitt Romney during the 2012 presidential election:






I think that pretty much sums it up. Continue Reading…


Fasting never came easy for me. I couldn’t quite grab the concept. At twelve, I remember staring at my friend’s bubbly, swirling cup of Coca-Cola, wondering why I decided to give up soda for an entire month. At fourteen, I almost passed out during a fast. At fifteen, I was done. Pass the cookies before someone gets hurt. Continue Reading…

Wade’s Wisdom: The Myspace Top 8

Wade —  January 16, 2014 —  Comments


Remember the Myspace Top 8?

Those were some good times on the World Wide Web.

Because, when you stop and think about it, what could possibly go wrong with being required to rank, in order, how much you love your friends and family? I only see butterflies and rainbows coming out of that situation. Continue Reading…

My Ten Most Popular Blogs of 2013

Wade —  December 31, 2013 —  Comments



It’s not you, it’s me.

2013 has seen some pretty incredible events. My son Weston was born on July 2nd. I went skydiving. My wife and I bought our first house (or, if you’re Dave Ramsey, we didn’t). I guess there were some other important events that happened in the world as well. I don’t remember. launched in May to the mild amusement of people everywhere. To celebrate my blog’s first New Years celebration, I thought it would be fitting to do a recap of my ten most popular posts. Continue Reading…

We Raised $1,000 for Typhoon Victims!

Wade —  December 10, 2013 —  Comments


Last week, we launched a project on to help the Typhoon victims in the Philippines. Well today, I am pumped to announce that because of you, we raised a total of $1,000! Continue Reading…

Catching Fire is a Terrible Teen Movie

Wade —  November 27, 2013 —  Comments


I grew up in a family of eight. I competed in the Hunger Games every time dinner was served. And, as you can tell from my 6’1, 150 pound frame, the odds were never in my favor. When my parents walked in with fast food, my brothers descended on our kitchen table like it was an arena cornucopia. Continue Reading…


A good film is like cottage cheese. Even when it’s spoiled, there’s still much to enjoy. Saying this, I do my best to never give away any important movie plot points on my blog. That is unless it’s The Notebook. I have no qualms telling you THEY BOTH DIE AT THE END. Continue Reading…