You get to choose. Stay solely within a zone of comfort and the familiar or consistently push a little outside. This sounds kind of familiar,
It’s a Thing: Analysis Paralysis and the Impact on You
There it was again. A writer describes how characters take over.1 You’ve probably heard it too, a writer, an artist describes this influence that changes
Deconstructing Deconstruction: Food, Music and the Police
It’s popular in the culinary world; deconstructed. Visually stunning servings that evoke the tastes, smells and texture of familiar foods. Each component visible on the
Reflections on the Year of the Rabbit: Moments and Truths?
It was something like1, “..you can’t save a moment for the future..” It stuck with me as the moment happens in the moment, that’s it.
The Analogous Reverse: Tales of the City and Martin Luther King Day
It’s reverse bullying. That was my ridiculous and embarrassed reaction to a horrible situation. Early one morning, around 6:30 am, it was still dark when
At Face Value: Say More about That
A complete sentence is not always a complete thought and therein lies the problem. For example, if there is a conversation around a job and