“I truly believe that the reason people don’t live out their ideal life...is because they don’t know where to learn.”
— Stephen Alred Jr.
When You Write For The Love

When You Write For The Love

Something hit me....

Me - "I need to cancel the blog."

Also me - "But wait, I know you hate writing but you come up with a few ideas from time to time".

Also me - "Then why aren't you pushing them out there?"

Me - "Because it takes too much time to edit, and create thumbnails, and create distributions, and excuses and more excuses and more excuses."

Also me - "Are you writing to get famous or make money?"

Me - "No!'

Also me - "Then push out everything that pops into your head. They'll either like or they won't. Not like your career or income hinges on it." 

Me - "You've got a point."

Also me -So start it now."

I have conversations like these all the times with myself. They never last more than a second or two, but the impact sticks with me. And usually the conclusion is, "what are you doing this for?"

I figure it out...eventually. I'm doing it as a creative outlet. Not for subscribers but for fun. Not for fame but for clearing my brain of clutter. 

So here we go again. Let's see if this new mindset sticks. 

Leaving (An Open Letter to Atlanta)

Leaving (An Open Letter to Atlanta)

Could Hamilton be the villain?

Could Hamilton be the villain?