Journal nuggets, vol. 9

There are fewer nuggets in here than a 10-piece chicken nuggies meal that you split with nine other friends. But there are some quotes from Alan Watts and Eckhart Tolle, so at least that’s something!

Journal nuggets, vol. 8

Leo New Moon, decluttering and a dream about the president giving me a ride in a golf cart. All this and more in my journal nuggets from the week of August 16 – 22!

Journal nuggets, vol. 7

The week of August 9 – 15 wasn’t very productive as far as nuggets go, but this was the week I manifested my first client, and for that I am extremely grateful.

Waking soundtrack, vol. 3

I often wake up with music going through my head. This isn’t just in the morning; my nocturnal stumbles to the bathroom are often soundtracked by some tune that I forget as soon as my head hits the pillow again. For my own amusement, I’ve kept track of the tracks I’ve woken up to playing in my mind. Now, I’d like to share them with you.

Waking soundtrack, vol. 2

I often wake up with music going through my head. This isn’t just in the morning; my nocturnal stumbles to the bathroom are often soundtracked by some tune that I forget as soon as my head hits the pillow again. For my own amusement, I’ve kept track of the tracks I’ve woken up to playing in my mind. Now, I’d like to share them with you.

#throwbackthursday: “I paint so i don’t have to talk”: the art of Drew Struzan

Before I quit my job at the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh to play at being a writer, I was a regular contributor to the Eleventh Stack blog. I was free to write about pretty much any material in the Library’s catalog. It was great! On Thursdays, I’ll revisit some of my old faves.

Journal nuggets, vol. 5

Lots of chats with my brain, a nostalgia overload and dreams of Hugh Jackman in this installment of journal nuggets from July 26 – August 1

Waking soundtrack, vol. 1

I often wake up with music going through my head. This isn’t just in the morning; my mid-night stumbles to the bathroom are often soundtracked by some tune that I forget as soon as my head hits the pillow again. For my own amusement, I’ve kept track of the tracks I’ve woken up playing in my mind. Now I’d like to share them with you.

#throwbackthursday: abandoned life at “Sunset Edge”

Before I quit my job at the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh to play at being a writer, I was a regular contributor to the Eleventh Stack blog. I was able to write about pretty much any material I wanted in the Library’s catalog. It was great! On Thursdays, I’ll revisit some of my old faves.