Losing an idea is losing an opportunity.
Given my cassette collection’s obvious favoritism towards metal, many of my friends were shocked that Arrested Development’s 3 Years, 5 Months & 2 Days in the Life Of… would be the first disc I would own.
Respond at your comfort level. And you don’t need to always have the same response.
A hashtag on Twitter helped people understand and not feel alone. #ThisIsWhatAnxietyFeelsLike
It’s an individual choice. And hopefully that choice will be accepted immediately.
Religion has long been at the forefront of preaching the “necessity” of forgiving. “We must forgive!” I’m here to tell you—it’s not a requirement.
No matter what your ambitions, I’ve learned (often the hard way) the importance of keeping up with them.
Living life should involve a constant learning of ways to improve.
It can taste like the smell of burnt motor oil, or it can taste like a mix of coffee and burnt motor oil
Throughout my teens, coffee became a bit of a comforting vice.
Everyone who creates knows that they cannot please anyone.
Anyone who writes, no matter if it’s to create or to meet a deadline for a client, has walked away from something.
Having a “Baby-On-Board” sign in a car window does not make that car’s driver more important than a driver with no children.
The sounds of radio at night were comforting.
I get a good idea. And then it’s gone. How does this happen?
There was nothing more rewarding to me than making a shot from long distance.