We are the culmination of our experiences. Our experiences are the result of our choices. Our choices are the product of our temperament. Our temperament is a gift of birth.
Time has come for me to start turning my focus towards my next city, New York. It's also my last city, so who am I kidding, my focus has always been on it.
If we count the summer I spent in Washington D.C. and my last year of college in Lawrence (not to mention my entire childhood in Kansas), it's accurate to say that I have lived in 10 cities in 9 years. That is, I have had employment, paid rent on an apartment and explored the environment … Continue reading 10 Cities / 9 Years
In the era of constant connection, how do some remain invisible? Like most writers, artists and non-hunks/babes of the world, I was largely anonymous in my teen years. I had my friends, my groups and my failed attempts at finding love that inevitably led to heartache, but while I was a bit higher profile than … Continue reading Invisible
There is so much going on in the world now that I feel I should write a post. About SOPA, about Romney (or the other Republican "candidates"), or even about a certain TV Show that I'd like to see saved. All are topics I've been mentally writing posts about for awhile. But, I'm having a … Continue reading Blogging Like A Goddamn Motherfucking Champ (working off the hypothesis that more people read my posts when there is swearing in the title)
The shelves of bookstores are filled with self-help books trying to show you how to be The Better You, the you that you wish you could be when you look at yourself in your mirror that you bought with your money that you earned at your job (that you really don't like). You. But who … Continue reading How To Make A Change In Your Life
I want to thank everyone that stops by this blog regularly, semi-regularly or even just rarely. The vote on my next city is still going on and will likely come to a close at the end of April. You can vote on the poll HERE, where currently Denver and Seattle are (somewhat surprisingly, to me) … Continue reading 10 Cities Update