When We’re Stuck in Non-Places…

When We’re Stuck in Non-Places…

Airports are classified as non-places, according to Marc Auge, a French anthropologist. His premise is as follows (pasted from Wikipedia): Marc Auge coined the phrase “non-place” to refer to anthropological spaces of transience that do not hold enough...

Warning: Writer On The Loose!

For those of you that know me or do any perusing at all of my life on social media, you’ll know that I travel. A lot. Like, a lot a lot. I don’t know why this is — it’s just a primordial urge that bubbles hot and fervent deep within me. I write...

The Truth Behind #AmWriting

I won’t lie, I’ve hashtagged #AmWriting when I was doing everything BUT. Most times, it starts as an earnest attempt to begin writing that eventually gets hijacked by any number of unrelated activities. Let’s be real, the moment we sit down to write...
When To-Do Lists Explode

When To-Do Lists Explode

I’m willing to bet that most of you reading right now, much like me, have a problem I like to call “Overloaded Project Syndrome”. While this is a preferable disease to many others in the world, it is still debilitating and difficult to live with. And what it...
How Did We End Up Here?

How Did We End Up Here?

Nature versus nurture is one of the oldest psychological debates. The ‘nature’ side refers to our genetic disposition, things like the way our nose is shaped and what brand of B.O. we’re gonna have during the awkward teen years…you know, those...
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