Delusional Resolutions

January 24th, 2022 Have you ever started a day by telling yourself that this is the day you’ll get better, and at the end of it you’re not? If so, then this one’s for you. When I was a mess, I would often have conversations with future me. I would say, “Hey. It’s me. I’mContinue reading “Delusional Resolutions”

Nothing Around Us Changes

January 12th, 2022 Weirdly enough, I finally got covid, but that’s not what’s inspiring me to write tonight. (Presuming nothing terrible happens to me over the next few days, I’ll probably write about that later.) No, I’ve been quarantined all alone in the bedroom (with occasional visits from my doctor, who is actually my dog),Continue reading “Nothing Around Us Changes”

An Evening w/ Dennis Vogen & Labyrinth Puzzle Rooms

January 7th, 2022 I was hinting at something fun yesterday, and I am so happy to announce it today: I’m doing a collaboration with an amazing local business in Lakeville, Labyrinth Puzzle Rooms! I met with them yesterday and they have the kindest and most radical idea: instead of their lobby being solely a placeContinue reading “An Evening w/ Dennis Vogen & Labyrinth Puzzle Rooms”

New Myths

January 3rd, 2022 “Just because something’s been around longer doesn’t make it better.” This immortal line is spoken by the legendary Johnny Lawrence in the season four opener of the karate-chopping, always-inspiring, instant-classic Cobra Kai. In either a cosmic coincidence or a divine slap in my face, this quote is a perfect distillation of what’sContinue reading “New Myths”

inspo facto

December 23rd, 2021 As every year ends, we tend to curl up in our chair, stare out the window, and reflect on who we are, where we’ve been, and what the hell we’re even doing. That is definitely what I’m doing right now. As I learn more and more about people who make an actualContinue reading “inspo facto”

Boldly Do Both

December 20th, 2021 This will not be my most popular post or opinion (though when have I ever cared about being popular, I’m kidding, please everybody love me), but I’ve been reading Stephen Hawking’s work lately, including his last book, Brief Answers to the Big Questions, and I believe, like he does, in one controversialContinue reading “Boldly Do Both”