It’s hard to start this kind of post without the usual cliches; 2019 felt overwhelming, but left me with hope for the future.
I’ve been putting off writing something about my Japan trip, mostly because it’s hard to know exactly where to start.
After years of neglecting my fitness, I decided to take a bit of a dive by getting a trainer. Here’s some stuff I learned about building a gym habit.
Patreon can be a great tool to build your community, but there are inherent risks in starting too early, or without planning.
I bought a Nintendo Switch, and was worried that it’d just be another dust magnet on my shelf. What makes us invest in games we may not like?
I like New Year’s resolutions post mostly because I’m big on reflecting. A friend noted that I’m big on anniversaries; my birthday (July 1) and New Year’s Day (January 1) fall exactly six months away from each other, so I find they’re good times to look back, plan and learn. This year was weird.
Today I want to talk to you about identity — well, that’s a pretty broad topic, so maybe just your identity when when you create. For years, I basically thought that the only way to success was to both be fully invested in your craft, and also have the talent to make yourself stand out. […]
After a second trip to LA in a couple months, I reflect on the progress I’ve made and where I’d still like to go.
So today’s Bell’s annual #LetsTalk day, which is a promotion to get people talking about depression and mental health. Every time people tweet with the hashtag, Bell makes a donation to Canadian mental health programs. Basically it’s a giant PR move that a lot of people just happen to believe in; the company’s shitty practices […]