Lean Out before you can comfortably Lean In

Photo by Ross Findon on Unsplash You can not have something new without change. Change is the agent that facilitated me to “Lean In” as a Writer. You must make room to Lean In, and that action starts with Lean Out, first. I have been on my writer’s journey for some time, with little success. That all changed […]

The Four Tradesman And There Sons

The passing of a trade to the next generation still exist. Photo by Milivoj Kuhar on Unsplash The picture about is pretty close to what happened in our kitchen, starting in July 2020. Three things we accomplished during this Pandemic so far. Purchase a home, remodel the home, and moved into the home. The purchase and the move […]

Opia: The Ambiguous Intensity of Eye Contact

Writing Inspired By: Word from John Koenig’s Dictionary of Obscure Sorrows Photo by Zach Vessels on Unsplash Inspired By Another Writer After reading one of Christopher Robin’s article, “The Entanglement of Fates”, I was off to binge watching one after another of John Koenig’s “Dictionary of Obscure Sorrows” videos. I began watching a series of John Koenig’s “Dictionary of […]

I finally figured it out, I’m a niche-less writer

How do I know? I’m not happy with just a single lane. Photo by Meriç Dağlı on Unsplash I prefer more options, different routes, and alternative routes, maybe come back to some places later. Photo by Nick Fewings on Unsplash And So My 2021 Journey Officially Starts Today I was hooting for January 1, 2021, but am flexible. Thank […]