7 Ways to Overcome Writer’s Block

Do you write a lot, or wish you wrote more? I write a lot on a daily basis. But, I’ll admit it’s always difficult to punch those keys when I’m on deadline or have to work on a boring project. If you’re a blogger, a novelist, or simply someone who likes stringing words together, thenContinue reading “7 Ways to Overcome Writer’s Block”

Writing and Drawing What Matters Today

Do you ever wish you were good at something, unreachable? In school, I discovered that I could overcome writer’s block if I stopped typing and started writing with a pen and paper. It was only many years later that I learned that using a pen instead of a computer to take notes improved your mentalContinue reading “Writing and Drawing What Matters Today”

Going Nowhere is Perfect

On a cool afternoon, I decided to take my electric unicycle (a Kingsong 16x) on a ride through the neighborhood. I packed my camera in my favorite backpack, threw on my helmet with a few other protective measures, and glided off. As I listened to a podcast on a pair of bluetooth headphones, I thoughtContinue reading “Going Nowhere is Perfect”

A Natural Example of Your Inner Conflict

Ever walk through nature and stumble upon the UNEXPECTED? Discovery is a thrill I need. Although I’m all grown up, the childlike sense of wonder continues to put a smile on my face. During this tough time across the globe, I decided to visit a local State Park. Of course, the cold blustery weather didn’tContinue reading “A Natural Example of Your Inner Conflict”