It’s been a while (again) since I’ve posted anything here. There are various reasons, but mostly twofold: D&D and BLM (Black Lives Matter). First, I’ve been pouring much of myself into world-building and preparing for our new family D&D game! A lot […]
Writing is hard. It takes a lot of focused energy and attention to get anything down on paper (or screen). Sure, there are times when it more or less flows out of your head, but you can’t just count on those magical […]
In three words I can sum up everything I’ve learned about life: It goes on. — Robert Frost I’ve had this post idea queued for the next time I “fell off the wagon.” Well, that sure happened this month. One reason was […]
Often when I am trying to write I find myself facing the fear that I am an impostor. That I am not good enough to produce anything worth reading. That no matter how hard I try or how good I think something […]
Make note of every dumb thought that occurs to you throughout the day. Tomorrow morning, pick the thought you think is the least dumb and write more about it. – Austin Kleon This is a nice little workflow that takes minimal effort […]
Don’t be afraid to go out on a limb. That’s where the fruit is. — H. Jackson Browne Taking risks is part of being human. It’s part of what makes us special as a species: making wild connections between disparate ideas, ushering […]
Aim big. Give yourself the chance to fail — and then give yourself a chance to build steps from the corpses of your failure so you may climb higher every time. – Chuck Wendig I have started and stopped writing this and […]
Here it goes again. No big talk now, just quiet determination.
I’m going to use this as a fairly experimental, though well curated, home to explore different ideas and retain information to come back to later. Namely, I’m going to try to give it a very Wiki-esque feeling. Exactly what that means is […]
Gonna change the name of this blog to “The Middle Me”. It seems fitting, what with my recent focus on Buddhism (the “middle way”), self-improvement, and the idea that it’s all a process – this blog, growing, and life.