I’ve got my Bengal Spice morning tea beside me, breakfast in the microwave, and a serious bone to pick with the idea of life as adventure. So let’s dive into some #realtalk about life while I politely disagree with Helen Keller who said, “Life is either a daring adventure or nothing at all.” Every day… Read More »Your Life Is Not An Adventure
This adventure we call life is a roller-coaster, just like this tag.
Ever have an experience that forces you into a radical paradigm shift? You know, the type where you reckoned you had everything figured out, and you knew what worked, and then… Life hit you on the way out the door? As of five days ago, this blog launched with my post, Why Not To Wear Only… Read More »Strategic Retreat, Paradigm Shift, and Reorganizing the Blogging Plan
What do you want to be when you grow up? I must’ve cycled through a hundred answers to this as a kid. Dancer, marine biologist, professional traveler. The only one that ever stuck was writer. Call me crazy, but music, the ocean, and the world always fed me one thing. Stories. Then, in high school,… Read More »When a Writer Asks What If?
So, last week, we talked about the value of having an understanding of your own identity as an artist. In the last year, I’ve found two invaluable assets in this process. One is having a great therapist. The other is connecting with your Tribe. When I started this whole blogging adventure, I didn’t have a… Read More »Weapons of a Warrior Artist: Your Tribe
What do Drow, Humans, and Phoenixes have in common? Emotions. Some days, these raging internal infernos can power miraculous feats of awesome. Others, I’m reminded of the painful truth that I am neither Data, nor a Cyberman. Like the Star Trek android, I do not have a chip that gives me these rivers of blood… Read More »Rules of Life: Keep Moving, Keep Fighting