This weekend I ran a little experiment. Nothing too serious, or difficult for that matter. I wanted to see if writing with pen and paper (pencil and paper in reality)
One of those weeks, and it’s only Wednesday. What to do when nothing seems to be going right and all of your self-awareness-self-control-mindfulness techniques just aren’t cutting it? Head to
In a recent ‘life experiment’ I stopped using an alarm clock – all together. Now, I should mention at one point I was completely governed by alarms, literally living my
“Change is as good as a holiday.” I disagree, but that’s just me. I don’t like change. I don’t like it at all. I like it so little I find
Every year this time of the year, I am asked (more times than I care to think about) what I think the year to come has in store for us.
What’s in store for us in the year to come? To say we find ourselves in strange times is an understatement. Take the US. It’s so riddled with social justice
If you are Gen X or Millennial-with-wear, you’ll know what I’m talking about. Cartoons. No, not animations nor anime. I’m referring to cartoons. Cartoons we ate breakfast too. Tom and
If I were of a particular vocation, the type where people have a standing appointment on Sundays, I’d be extra worried about Google. Google (irony intended) “the antichrist” and you’ll
All writers – novice, professional or hobbyist – want to deliver to their audience. We want the reader to engage with the message and hopefully leave enriched in some way.
There are no prizes for feeling terrible. Likewise, there are no prizes for abstaining from things you enjoy because somehow convention says you should. During a routine Sunday drive to