Deadlines used to be a constant source of dread for me. But in recent years, they’ve transformed from a source of dread and anxiety to my saving grace. Continue reading Deadlines are my lifeline.
Over the past few years as a professional content writer, I’ve written about a million words in the form of blog posts, website copy, emails, and white papers. That feels like a lot, but in the context of the rest of the Internet, maybe it isn’t. Continue reading I write the Internet.
Recently, I’ve been tracking time spent on my most important creative/learning endeavors using my accounting software as a way to view the things that are important to me as business I owe myself. It’s been a useful experiment. Continue reading You, inc.
I rounded out 2017 with a stack of murder mysteries, which ran the gauntlet from 1920’s London to 2010’s LA. Continue reading What I read in December, 2017.
Tolkien’s love of language inspired not only the creation of Middle Earth, but my love of language, too. Here’s what I wrote to honor him at my brother’s recent Tolkien feast. Continue reading On Tolkien and invented languages.
I fell behind on my reading list, so this is what I’ve been up to for most of 2017. Continue reading What I’ve read since January.
adj.: a combined feeling of anxiety and awkwardness; the anticipation of embarrassing oneself which makes subsequent embarrassment seemingly inevitable. Continue reading Awkxious.
From current Russian History to YA fantasy, I had a lot to finish in January before I left for Madrid.. Continue reading What I read in January, 2017.
Feeling relieved at having finally gotten through some major work stress and hoping I’ll learn from this experience to manage myself better in the future. Continue reading Post-glacial rebound.
Ever struggle to pick out a book to read? Here’s my recommendations for making your choice. Continue reading How to choose a book to read.