I've recently started "live-documenting" my morning bike rides. Not only do my "best" (relative, of course) ideas come to me when I'm out riding (or walking/hiking/etc.) but I feel most alive and creative in those moments. So I've been stopping more often - at stoplights, on the side of the road, at public bathrooms (duh) … Continue reading Bathroom Breaks & Matching Tapes
Leslie and I were talking the other day about how we only have so many "energetic" hours in our day; namely, the first few after we wake up. My hours of peak focus and energy are probably 6am-11am, after which I become increasingly unfocused and useless. The problem with having this limited 5 hour window … Continue reading Racing in the Street
It's official: I have too many feelings. It's very inconvenient, to have this many feelings all the time. I keep meaning to finish and post the four other bits of writing I've started over the past few days...but, as usual, it's now 8pm and all I've done since finishing work two hours ago is listen … Continue reading Guys.
I wake every morning before 6am, not to the sound of an alarm, but to racing thoughts in my head. My anxiety has made it difficult to sleep, breathe, sit still, or relax in any capacity. A good portion of my day is spent repeating deep breaths, deep breaths over and over to myself until … Continue reading Calm on Corbett
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