In Time

I’m starting to realize something about my quarter-life crisis. It’s not actually a crisis. The past year or so has seen no shortage of me blogging about various and assorted states of “what-the-hell-am-I-doing-with-my-life” that are so common among millennials (and, I would argue, humanity in general). But the more I think about it, and the … More In Time

On Hunter S. Thompson, Atticus Finch and Selling Yourself

It’s all about the brand. This vaguely cynical idea has existed in marketing and advertising forever, punched up over the past five or six years by the whiskey-soaked soliloquies of Don Draper. But what some people don’t necessarily like hearing is that what is true of products is also true of people. The most important thing you … More On Hunter S. Thompson, Atticus Finch and Selling Yourself

Unplugged

I read a fantastic article today from The Greatist about the importance of taking the time to ‘unplug’ in our lives. It’s not a new concept. In fact, I’m pretty sure it’s been around for as long as technology has been around. But honestly, as I’m sure all of you know, it’s not as easy … More Unplugged

But I Devoted All of My Time to an Egomaniacal Psychopath (and other writing truths)

“I wonder if I’m just trying to make him a character because I feel bad. The “stable” ones never have a storyline and are never interesting. And they should be! They can be! … But I devoted all of my time to an egomaniacal psychopath.” Story of my love life, or commentary I made to … More But I Devoted All of My Time to an Egomaniacal Psychopath (and other writing truths)