“I’m all done” he says, halfway out of the chair already. It’s finally spring here. We’re spending as much time outside as we can this weekend. The weather is gorgeous. Just as it starts to feel too warm a breeze blows the heat away. In the distance is the sound of a neighborhood buzzing with … Continue reading “Mine is messy!”
I’m nearly 3 months into the year and not as far along as I was hoping to be. Momentum was strong during January with the excitement of setting a new goal. I got about three or four solid starts to songs without lyrics. Then I lost steam for a while. I’ve done some reflecting over … Continue reading Project LP: Week 10
When I think about personal growth I typically think of horizontal growth. That is, adding as many skills, knowledge, and pieces to the puzzle as possible. And I love learning new things a lot. It helps when I have trouble sitting still or not doing anything that feels productive, which is quite often. A jack … Continue reading Scaling vertically
The first week of the road to releasing an album has been moderately productive. It started with a lot of internal struggle about what style of music I want this record to be. While punk and pop-punk has always been my first love, I also want to push myself out of my comfort zone a … Continue reading Project LP: Week 1
I’ve decided to set a goal for 2018 to officially write, record, and release an album. The best way for me to help achieve this goal is to document my progress. So step one is to set some constraints and ground rules. 1. It should consist of recently written music I’ve been writing music, more … Continue reading Project LP
The only moment that really matters is right now. In this time. In this place. Continue reading
It’s easy to forget that what we’re looking for is already here. And that’s why we need reminding. This is a quote from Headspace on the idea that a calm, happy mind is always there. It’s like the blue sky. Even when the blue sky of the mind is filled with storm clouds of unhappiness, … Continue reading It’s easy to forget that what we’re looking for is already here.