So, January is over and with it ends Bloganuary. I have never really participated in one of these challenges before, and I, admittedly, am still unsure if my attempts can count as participation as I did not complete nor attempt … Continue reading Did the Thing; Now, What?
The negatives of procrastinating are pretty obvious. You lose time, and with that potentially other resources, to work on or create something. The longer you hold off on actually progressing, the longer it will all take to actually get done. … Continue reading Procrastination: What is it Good For?
I have moved a few times in my lifetime. The usual reasons (school, work, etc.) are to blame for these movements and with each shift I, like most people, have gone through various kitchen items, clothing, furniture, and so on. … Continue reading Scent of a Book
Cannot recall where I first heard it, but there is an uncomfortable and persistent truth in “everyone hates writing but loves having something written.” Now, while there are exceptions to this adage as there are people that truly enjoy the … Continue reading Challenging Chore
It seems a bit of a cheat to use a movie clip to answer a question, but then again this site is intended to be one of media criticism and analysis, so sort of tracts. And to be perfectly frank, … Continue reading Why Write?
So, unless I grossly miscounted, this should be the 100th post for this blog/site. We put significance and importance to certain milestones that are usually accompanied by certain, rounded numbers. We like to see some form of quantitative progression to … Continue reading 100th Post Milestone
Thoughts and examination on the, very mild at best, backlash and turn against the beloved streaming show, Ted Lasso. Continue reading Ted Lasso: Examining Audience Expectation and Perception