May 2016

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I’ve never been a casual listener of music. Try as I might, listening to music for the sake of hearing sound has never done it for me. Even as far back as fourth grade I can distinctly remember sitting at our dining room listening to Color Me Badd and recording specific songs on to blank […]

Over the past few months I’ve found myself reading biographies on people that lived well before modern times. One of the things that struck me as particularly interesting was the way writers went about gathering information on their subjects. There were no TV interviews to watch, no documents left behind on the internet, and no living relatives […]

Over the past few months I’ve found myself reading biographies on people that lived well before modern times. One of the things that struck me as particularly interesting was the way writers went about gathering information on their subjects. There were no TV interviews to watch, no documents left behind on the internet, and no living relatives […]

Over the past few months I’ve found myself reading biographies on people that lived well before modern times. One of the things that struck me as particularly interesting was the way writers went about gathering information on their subjects. There were no TV interviews to watch, no documents left behind on the internet, and no living relatives […]

What If Your Next Status Update Were Your Last?

Social media, while feeling like it’s forever been a part of our lives, is something that’s still a relatively new part of the human experience. On the surface it seems like a benign past time where you share a thought, hit post, and then go about your life never to think about said topic again. And lot […]

Passion Doesn't Have to Pay

“What do you want to do when you’re out of college?” “I’m not sure” “Well, just find what you’re passionate about and you’ll never work a day in your life.” Who out there hasn’t been on the receiving end of that useless advice ten too many times? Passion is overrated. At least when it comes […]

Over the past few months I’ve found myself reading biographies on people that lived well before modern times. One of the things that struck me as particularly interesting was the way writers went about gathering information on their subjects. There were no TV interviews to watch, no documents left behind on the internet, and no living relatives […]

Another Mothers Day came and went yesterday. At 34, I’ve now spent as many holidays with my mother as I have without. At times I wonder if it’s healthy for me to still feel the way I do all this time later. I mean when people say you “get over it in time” what are they talking about? […]