Whoa... where have I been? Living life and not stopping to take notes, that's where. My time has been preoccupied with managing this writer's life. I believe that the mind can take you wherever you want to be, and right now my mind is tripping. I didn't think that I'd get back to a place …
I’m glad this conference is happening in my town!
Some helpful packing advice from Brevity assistant editor Alexis Paige:
1. Combat Medic Kit.
If, like me, you suffer from both actual and imagined illnesses, you will want to be prepared in case of a blowout at the book fair, a paroxysm in panel, or (god forbid, crossing myself just in case) an embolism in flight. Make sure you pack the essentials: vitamin-C, pain reliever, prescriptions, antacids, Calamine Lotion, antiseptic, anti-diarrheals, anti-anxieties, anti-inflammatories, anti-psychotics, tourniquet, epi-pen, staple gun, and emergency flares (better safe than sorry). In case of emergency, you can find me, my kit, and my hypochondriac’s diagnostic wheel at the Brevity table in the book fair.
Red lipstick, moustache wax, pomade, cigarettes, mouthwash, flask, sunscreen, hair brush (?).
Leftover jellybeans and Peeps (which double as action figures for book fair dioramas), cigarettes (or nicotine gum), gum (nicotine gum), energy drinks, coffee (instant…
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Before I share with you the seven steps I would like to offer some exciting news: In case you didn’t know I have been writing a book, these past five months, about my many findings on my journey as… Source: 7 Steps to Help Develop Intuition
Evening Dinner with a Father - http://wp.me/p2pHfr-1fJ This is a great post! #fatherhood #sons
This is my mom y'all. She'd likely whip me if she knew that I was putting her on blast, but I'm bored and feel like writing. I'm blessed to have her and she me. Our birthdays are a day apart and I'm her one and only baby boy. She doesn't drive anymore. Traffic works her …