Tag Archive: goals

A Dispatch to the Future: Horses, Robots, & The End of the World

Beside Myself

What I am writing in this post has already become irrelevant. Writers have an uneasy relationship with time. They often aren’t appreciated until they cross their arms and lay down in a coffin. Writing, by its very nature, is communication with…
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Then, Who Won the Space Race?

My last post on why “America Did Not Win The Space Race” ruffled some feathers on Reddit and Twitter. So before I go further let me put a few things straight: 1. Americans walked on the Moon. Period. Moon landing…
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Why Everyone Still Loves Hitler

For someone we claim dislike so much we seem to reference him all the time. In political discussions especially. There is no better way to score cheap points with your base than to draw some kind of tangential connection between your…
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Obligatory New Year’s Post: 2015 Edition

Bright Green Butterfly

At the beginning of last year I wrote a post about how it seems like everyone has an inexplicably strong set of feelings about New Year’s Resolutions. Not much has changed since. Some decry Resolutions as an act of futility…
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Learn to Get Burned: Overcoming Your Fear of Rejection

If you are serious about this writing thing, you are going to have to show your writing to people. Stop being precious about it. Stop being scared of rejection. Every writer gets rejected. Deal with it. Here’s how: Crawl Rejection…
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Avoid Saturday Malaise: Why Stay-At-Home Dads Have To Show Up For Work

Lethargy is a symptom as well.

Being a Stay At Home Dad offers you the opportunity to write as much and as often as your little progeny will allow. But there are hidden dangers in your newfound freedom. Even the most disciplined writer can quickly fall…
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