It's all I've been hearing lately. From friends and family to colleagues, and ya best belief my therapist; they all resonate the same message — don't play with peace of mind. Peace of mind is a weird thing. For me, it's weird for a lot of reasons.
You all know what I'm talking about. For whatever reason, there's that one song in your daily arsenal that, for lack of a better phrase, kicks your ass.
Sometimes you just need to write; write with no intent, no direction, no meaning. You write to write. To remind yourself you love writing. This is a post while in the midst of that feeling.
When it hits you, it hits you. That feeling; that fleeting thought of not being good enough. Of trying to view things in a different way, yet feeling the exact same. Being stuck, regressing; any motion other than progress is hard to process, hard to explain to others; simply hard.
If you've been to any restaurant, especially in the South, you've probably seen 'fried green tomatoes' on the menu. Being one who's never had the stuff, I set out to find out where they came from, and what they're all about. Check out the story on Wide Open Eats here!
Are you also an adult who doesn't think card games can be played at a party? We think differently, and here's why. Check it out on Storia!
Either way, you probably had no idea that the same folks who throw on the state fair also hold the Big Tex Choice Awards. What does that mean exactly, and what's included? That's a story I'd love to tell. Oh wait! I did. Check out what it's all about here. Happy hump day! 2 1/2... Continue Reading →
Have you ever wondered what lies behind the mirrored glass of Floppy Disk Repair Co. in Austin, Texas? This secret society of cocktail proportions aims to remain accessible solely to locals and those in the service industry, but there's more to tell than just that. I broke down everything there is to know about this... Continue Reading →
Got a new lens and have been playing around with it to figure it out. Being who I am (a complete and total music enthusiast), what better way to play than by shooting some live music in my very own city? Check some of the photos out here, and stick around for awhile, won't ya?