A Brief Summary of the First Four Chapters of “Show Your Work” By Austin Kleon (And How the Principles Can Be Applied to Real Life)

Last week I just finished the first book of the new year. Ok, I’ve been trying to work through a few others – one to sharpen my financial knowledge, and one to help me understand meditation as I begin a practice. But Show Your Work by Austin Kleon is one of those that was aContinue reading “A Brief Summary of the First Four Chapters of “Show Your Work” By Austin Kleon (And How the Principles Can Be Applied to Real Life)”

What I’ve Learned From Blogging (Almost) 30 Days in a Row

For almost the past 30 days, I’ve been committed to writing one blog post per day as part of the┬áPraxis┬ámonth two writing module. There have been some days that I’ve failed. Other days I’ve kicked butt and got multiple done at a time. It takes hustle. It takes drive. It helped create the excitement IContinue reading “What I’ve Learned From Blogging (Almost) 30 Days in a Row”

My Top Three Favorite Movies Based off of Non-Fiction Books, and My Moral Interpretation of Each

My favorite part of reading or watching any story, whether based on a true story or not, is always finding the moral of the story. For some stories, the moral is pretty obvious. For others, there may be several morals, which can all be just as well fitting for said story. And yet others mayContinue reading “My Top Three Favorite Movies Based off of Non-Fiction Books, and My Moral Interpretation of Each”

It’s Ok to Recommit

If my readers haven’t noticed, I have been posting quite a bit more than average on my blog as of late. The reason I’ve been posting so much is because I’m aiming to write for 30 days straight as part of the Praxis content creation challenge (for those reading who don’t know about Praxis, I’llContinue reading “It’s Ok to Recommit”