This is the first in a series of pieces about me doing things I once claimed to hate, or said I would never do. I am…Read article
In 2005, Chuck Klosterman published The Other Paradox Of Choice, an essay expounding upon Barry Schwartz’s The Paradox of Choice—hypothesizing how our culture of abundance robs…Read article
For the last several years, I’ve gotten involved with side projects where I believed my professional skills would be useful. I assumed these projects would also serve to expand my professional skills into the areas where I sought to learn more. At times, this was beneficial. And I learned what I needed to learn, or achieved some minute goal I wanted to achieve. People began thinking of me as a “marketing & PR” person.Read article
Sex And The City: Slightly dated and arguably destroyed by two, absolutely terrible films that focused on the perceived materialism producers erroneously assumed was the key…Read article
Yes. A moderately successful romantic comedy starring Michael J. Fox. It’s magical. I don’t care what you say. I’ve forever imagined a town like the mythical Grady, South Carolina exists. Some tiny squash-loving utopia forever illuminated by the hazy midsummer dusk.Read article
And I’ve gotten to the point where I’m not going to past mistakes or failures deter me from going after what I want. There are some things, not everything, but there are at least 5 things I can name off the top of my head that I’ve not done because I’ve thought oh, I’m not that good at it.
Screw that. I’m not going to be good at something if I don’t try.Read article