My Long and Wary Journey, Part IV

Think I’m off my rocker? I’m cackling while I “hide behind my keyboard living a sheltered existence.” It’s what we’re going to be talking about and I can’t wait to educate the public on my findings.

My Long and Wary Journey, Part II

I want to fast forward to June 2015, nearly a year after I started writing my first drafts for my budding manuscript series. Little did I know I stood at a standstill, and my own personal image wouldn’t be changing for another two years. Looking back at this pivotal year, I was in denial. I … Continue reading My Long and Wary Journey, Part II

The Bribe

They say people give up on their dreams because decent pay from their day job is a bribe for them to settle in to what they’re “meant to do.” Picture what you wanted to do for a living when you were growing up. For us sports lovers, it probably had something to do with hitting … Continue reading The Bribe

Why is it that I still possess this teary feeling inside my stomach every time I look at another worklist from my employer, or a stupid spreadsheet reminding me to preach value and to sell, sell, and sell a product I have zero interest in selling, though I love the lifestyle?

657,000 Meaningful Hours to Live

We have one life to live. There are 8,760 hours in a year. The average lifetime is seventy-five years, give or take half a decade. This gives us an average of 657,000 hours in a life. Now, many spend one-third, or 219,000 hours, sleeping. We’re asleep for hundreds of millions of centuries before, and hundreds of millions of centuries after.

Turn Loose the Program

Dance cardio, pilates, yoga, and other mainstream methods of training may have a place, but are any one of these styles of training taking you where you want to go? Have you seen permanent results from a weekly dance class? Have you lost bodyfat and kept it off, or have you lost ‘weight,’ only to … Continue reading Turn Loose the Program

Realistic Fantasia

The fantasy genre, in my personal opinion, is all about world building. Once is just that: world building. In conjunction with my highly descriptive writing style, the need to explain an alternate fantasy world inflates any fantasy novel and series, Once: The Lost Book of Cain is a whopping one-hundred and eighty thousand words, written … Continue reading Realistic Fantasia