At the end of every year, I spend time in the past year's journal. This helps me get a clearer picture of what happened within that year from out beyond the weeds. 2016 was a great example of why I love journaling. It was a chaotic year that didn't give me much time...read more
Many of us had a real fear that after kids, we wouldn’t have the time to do what we love. Here’s a few things I learn that helped dispel the myth.read more
Pursuing Your Passion vs Working Minimum Wage 26 August, 2016 Passion vs Minimum Wage I see a lot of people leap into a creative pursuit with the subconscious dollar signs over their eyes. They watch successful Youtube stars, musicians and social media giants rake in...read more
There’s a false correlation that a quiet person must also be shy person. It’s an unfair, sweeping generalization that if you are quiet in the company of others, you must be afraid of speaking. Far from the truthread more
I’m happy to tell you that I’ve finished my 3rd book, Twinkle, Twinkle, All The Stars, a bedtime story I wrote for my youngest daughter and illustrated by the amazing, Ruth Oosterman.read more
A look at the cutting track, Rings off of Aesop Rock’s album “Impossible Kid” and what force caused him to give up the dream of being a visual artistread more
Learning to play an instrument used to be a binary decision. Either you could do it or you just weren’t talented enough. Now, times are very different.read more
You’ll have success. Small wins. Big wins. We are always on a climb towards success. We reach our goals and then what?read more
Podcaster and Author Mike Mchargue, also known as “Science Mike”, answers a few questions for us about the journey to finishing his first book.read more
Jamie is the founder of To Write Love On Her Arms, a nonprofit organization dedicated to presenting hope and finding help for people struggling with depression. He is releasing an expanded edition of If You Feel Too Much on Sept 6th, which you can preorder now on Amazon. I wanted to interview Jamie on his thoughts on the writing process in regards to depression and what role writing plays in the journey as well as the reason we share what we create.read more
WHAT IS THE UNFINISHED LIFE?
The Unfinished Life is the mindset that you are never too young or too old to tackle the projects in life that truly make you feel alive. The book you never wrote, the app you never finished, the race you never ran. The Unfinished Life looks to dream, complete and then repeat big ideas till the day we die.