I always think every year is ‘weird’ once it’s over. 2017 wasn’t any different. I outline how my thinking changed over the year and how I want to keep that up.
In which bedbugs and an IKEA dresser have me thinking about how a healthy default state of being helps us push for more.
Endgame Spoilers – For many people, the Persona series of games are an emotional experience. For me, it wasn’t any different.
Support networks are key to overcoming tough challenges — how do you make the choice as to who to surround yourself with, and how do you support others?
The KonMari method deals with eliminating clutter from your life, but one paragraph helped me to learn to leave my backlog guilt behind.
After some hard truths in the Training Room, I wrote something about how I have difficulty staying in the moment during competitive games.
Someone on my stream asked me to update people on my Dota 2 journey; here’s that post, which has some uncertainty to it.
How do you deal with the moments when you panic during a multiplayer game? We can answer this by looking at what we’re afraid of, and what we can learn from analysis.
After a bit of a break from making things, I’ve come to realize that I should be thinking about it like I’m going to the gym: not finished when I reach a goal, but a process to make myself better.
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.