Last week, I read a humorous article about how someone hired a “Human Uber” to go to work for him. And then he wrote about it. Human Uber means that you hire someone else to step in for you and they wear a helmet with an iPad screen on the front so that your face … More Can You Uber Your Recovery?
My depression still lurks in the corners of my mind, even though I am well into my recovery. What I find difficult is that anxiety seems to have replaced it. For more, click on photo
• • • The other day I wrote a post where I asked a question, “Can you fully accept what you are powerless to change?” It’s a difficult question because it is a living question. You have to decide again, again and yet again. It would be great if you could just decide once and … More 10 Things I Accept About 2017
“Mind is loaded, chambers filled and ready to create. The problem is that my mind is locked in a safe and I forget the combination.” Why is creativity like this? You feel eager to create, to write, to build, to initiate. But damn, the first step can feel like a leap off of a cliff. Why does … More One Small Step: Becoming Creative One Step at a Time
Blocked arteries are a real thing and I can eat a block of cheese. But writer’s block is a different being all together. I am reposting an earlier piece that I did as a way to have a follow up conversation about the topic of Writer’s Block. I came across a post in Facebook by … More REPOST: “Be the Bulb: The Writer You are Meant to Be”
A reader recently posted this question to me, “I was curious to know how you center yourself and clear your thoughts prior to writing. I’ve had a hard time clearing my mind in getting my thoughts out. I truly do take pleasure in writing however it just seems like the first 10 to 15 minutes … More Be the Bulb: The Writer You are Meant to Be