It’s time again for Groundhog Day Resolutions! SUMMARY: At the end of last year, I had been feeling depressed about the lack of progress I’d made, but I’ve worked through it and am ready for YEAR 8 to begin. I’ll be making some changes to my approach, which previously was based on a “creative independence […]
You know what tomorrow is? It’s Groundhog Day, which means it’s almost time to set my goals for the year with Groundhogs Day Resolutions! I take the month plus 1 day after New Years Day to have some time to decompress from the holidays and get myself put back together; this year I’ve written three […]
Up to now, I have been feeling immense indifference toward 2014 due to a measure of dissatisfaction. Not that 2013 was a bad year; in fact, the game plan for 2014 is the same: achieve “creative independence” by learning how to sell products based on my design work. A key insight is that it will […]
I found out about The Minimalism Game catching up on Colleen Wainwright’s Facebook page, upon which she had posted a picture of some clothes she was tossing under the mysterious hashtag #MinsGame. It turns out that this is a project, of sorts, from two journalists who are learning to live with less stuff. This has […]
About three weeks ago I tweeted that I was going to “blog my butt off”, the idea being that I wanted to see what would happen if I posted stuff without worrying about how it fit with my website’s “theme”. I had been feeling bottled-up for quite a long time, and wanted to see if […]
Last week I received a fascinating email from long-time reader Dr. Heather Brannon, a family medicine physician who has been treating Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (aka AD/HD) exclusively since the beginning of 2013. The gist of her email was surprising: had I considered getting diagnosed for AD/HD?
I decided to start going to the gym again last May, and it’s been about 17 weeks since restarting the habit. I’ve been pretty good about going three times a week, with a few days dropped here and there, but not for more than two/three sessions. So how am I feeling right now after doing […]