image credit: Pexels Are you familiar with NaNoWriMo? That’s a funny name for a cool idea. It stands for “National Novel Writing Month,” something that takes place every November. A giant online community of people all try to write a 50,000-word novel in November (or at least the first 50,000 words of a longer novel).This

Happy Thanksgiving!(If you are outside of the U.S., I wish you a happy Thursday!)If you are reading more than a few blogs, you are probably seeing lots of messages saying things like, “I want to say I am thankful for you being on my list/being a customer/being a reader/etc.”This blog post is sorta doing the

“Yes, and” is a powerful phrase that has its roots in improv comedy. It is used to build on the ideas of others and create a collaborative and dynamic scene. (If you are unfamiliar with the idea of saying “yes, and” instead of “yes, but,” you must be new to my content – welcome! You can

“Regret for the things we did can be tempered by time; it is regret for the things we did not do that is inconsolable.” – Sydney J. Harriscredit to Sixteen Miles OutRegrets often split into two distinct categories: regrets of omission and regrets of commission. Regrets of omission stem from untaken paths like missed opportunities and

image credit: swisshippo If I offered you one single penny to do a task you really don’t want to do, would you jump up and say “yes! Yes, I will do that task for a penny!”?Of course not.What if I offered you two pennies?No?How about three? Four?? Five???Probably not.Okay, what if I offered you 100,000,000

If you are familiar with me and my work, you most likely already know what “yes, and” is. If you are new to my content though, you may be a little uncertain or confused. In this article, I explain what it is (and isn’t) to make sure we are all on the same page.Image credit: