At exactly 4:07pm on Wednesday, April 8 - four days ahead of schedule - I achieved "To-Do List Zero."(That's my version of "Inbox Zero" but, instead of an email inbox, refers to the weekly to-do list I write each Sunday that details everything I want to accomplish that week, both work-related and personal.) I had … Continue reading The High Life
I have struggled to write anything intelligible or cohesive in the past two weeks, much less creative or fresh. Sometimes I wake up feeling optimistic and inspired and manage to type a few paragraphs, jot some notes in my journal, or start a quick sketch. But then the 20-minute coffee high wears off and reality, … Continue reading Mad E. Coyote
I'm using the boring post template I introduced back in November because I want to write more but my "well of ideas" is as dry as my skin right now (lol!). Being creative is hard when you're someone who derives the majority of their inspiration from the outdoors. My mind - just like my body … Continue reading Hang in There, Everyone
I've written pages and pages about Springsteen over the years: in my journals, in notebooks, even in a few high school English class papers (those definitely got As). I have multiple unpublished drafts on this blog that attempt to describe the impact his music has had on my life, but none of them ever feel … Continue reading (Finally) Writing About Springsteen
It's 11:12am on a Wednesday (edit: posting this a few days later) and so far today I've had the pleasure of joining meetings via Google Hangouts, WebEx, and GoToMeeting, not to mention conversations on Slack, Google Hangout, email, and text! My only dream these days is for someone to develop a conferencing aggregation tool so … Continue reading Remote.