Last year, I did a little something called the Get Honest Project. It was all about full disclosure and telling more of my story. I was tired of portraying my life as one-dimensional and polished at all times online. Getting honest last year was a big part of healing and moving on from past chapters. … Continue reading Lights Out 2020.
This past weekend, I had a conversation with a friend of mine from college, Travis (check out his creative Facebook page here). He's one of my friends who is also passionate about writing, and we enjoy discussing our latest projects now and then. This time, he was telling me about a big project he wants … Continue reading Live a Little
Goals, resolutions, intentions. These days are so saturated with all sorts of synonyms for one thing: making ourselves better. The turn of the year is a great time to reflect on the last 365 days and refocus on what matters to us most. I know some people aren't a fan of this sort of thing, … Continue reading My Goals for 2020
Nowadays, it's so easy to criticize. It's simple to dish out critiques online or even to look in the mirror and tear ourselves apart. Trends are so easily established and shared that it's glaringly obvious when we aren't participating in them, and social media has implemented this heightened mob mentality that sways our opinions before … Continue reading Embrace the Rejected
There are so many cop-outs we can use when we're avoiding something. There's not enough time. It's too hard. I don't have any good ideas. It's simpler to keep on doing the same. I'm too busy. No one cares. It's all been done before. This is the one that seamlessly waits in the wings of … Continue reading It's All Been Done Before