Category: Introspection

Going Galt With Social Media

Recently I made one of the most consequential decisions of my life, right up there with my career change and moving out of New York: I quit social media, for good. Once upon a time it used to be a novelty, a new way… Continue Reading “Going Galt With Social Media”

Here’s my first post of 2015, just to get it out of the way

Honestly, I really didn’t want to kick things off here airing grievances about what happened to me in 2014, which is what I was tempted to do.  It just feels like a bad way to start a brand new year full of hope and… Continue Reading “Here’s my first post of 2015, just to get it out of the way”

2014: A Year in Review

If one word could describe 2014, TRANSITION would be it. 2014 was a year of transition and upheaval, laying the groundwork for what I cautiously believe is going to be the most transformative years of my life: 2015. A year in which everything, and… Continue Reading “2014: A Year in Review”

HOLD ON!

I’m starting to feel a bit guilty for not blogging anything of length for what seems to be eons now, despite getting more traffic than ever.  (Yay!)  I’d like to change that, but I’m still resisting the urge to rant on some of the… Continue Reading “HOLD ON!”

Why I hate Long Island with all my heart and soul

Those people who talk about cities like Detroit being the worst places to live have clearly never been to Long Island.  Having been a lifelong native here, I can say without any shadow of doubt that this fish-shaped extension of sewage material, located due… Continue Reading “Why I hate Long Island with all my heart and soul”

How living the same day over and over could lead to new things

Groundhog Day was one of my favorite movies of all time, so it was with interest that I read this particular article where the author attempts to calculate how much time Phil (Bill Murray) spent stuck in Groundhog Day, and concludes that it was… Continue Reading “How living the same day over and over could lead to new things”

Taking stock of one’s life

Someone close to me recently endured a horrible and tragic loss.  I try to find the words, something, anything that could help mitigate the pain he must feel.  I don’t know what to do except to continue being a friend, to show through thick… Continue Reading “Taking stock of one’s life”