Posts tagged with ‘Introspection’

  • Passion Turn Me Round and Round

    December 22, 2005

    For the past six years, I’ve been trying to figure out the nature of my passion: What can I...

  • Thinking Negative

    December 8, 2005

    It’s easy to be productive when I’m feeling happy and focused, but right now I ain’t: I’m downright grouchy,...

  • Clarifying the Meaning of Productivity

    December 5, 2005

    I did my laundry on Sunday afternoon, the conclusion of an absurdly-long process. It started two weeks ago with...

  • Separating Work from Passion

    November 27, 2005

    Working through the weekend, crunching through some Flash work for delivery on Monday. I’m sorta enjoying it, but at...

  • Building a Niche of One

    November 25, 2005

    I recently read (via DIYPlanner): Psychologists studying expert and exceptional performance found that it’s not really about talent; it’s...

  • Optimizing and Procrastination

    November 18, 2005

    This has been a great week. It kicked off with surprise tickets to a real basketball game in Boston...

  • A Year of Blogging

    September 11, 2005

    Today is the “official” 1-year anniversary for Better Living through New Media. There have been 535 postings spread over...

  • A Typical Writing Day

    September 2, 2005

    Yesterday felt pretty productive in terms of regular everyday writing, just the right amount to be meaty, but not...

  • Happy July To Me

    July 26, 2005

    I made some New Year’s Resolutions last December, so it’s time to see how I’m doing.

  • (Self) Denial of Service

    July 18, 2005

    Last week, I got fed up with computers and declared an Internet Holiday for myself: no computers for entertainment,...

  • Internet Holiday

    July 15, 2005

    When you’ve used the same shampoo for a long time, your hair tends to become resistant to its cleansing...

  • Aaron Copland on Creativity

    July 10, 2005

    Last night I started reading What to Listen For in Music by American composer Aaron Copland. It’s an introduction...