Monthly Archives: November 2019
I talk a lot about consistency but it’s only talk if you don’t practice it.
Sometimes when I’m not working I like to pretend I’m a cheese monger.
So I competed in a pizza eating competition for charity last night. Rules were simple: how many full slices of a large pie can you eat in five minutes. I took first for the men with just under 7 slices. … Continue reading
I’ve tried my hand at juggling a few times. I know the basic mechanics of juggling two or three objects. I’ve never applied myself enough to every get good at it but I know how to do it. Now if … Continue reading
Going into the 10th frame of the last game of the night we were down by 51 pins and I was the last bowler. I had a strike in the 9th frame which meant the most I could score would … Continue reading
Contrary to many around me I find being an artist really easy. I find being focused and disciplined insanely difficult though.
I realized this morning after another round of “Brain Yoga” which I was doing while taking a break from reading a quasi self help book (“Every tool’s a hammer” by Adam Savage) which I do when I’m not taking online … Continue reading
So I finally listened to Nevermind by Nirvana the other day. I know – you don’t have to say it. It came out in September 1991 and sold over 30 million records worldwide and I never heard it in its … Continue reading
Merriam-Webster defines “like a hole in the head” as : not at all – used with need to say someone doesn’t at all need something But without holes in your head you wouldn’t be able to eat, drink, hear or … Continue reading