Please enjoy this post where I tell you a story about an event from my life. Nothing more, nothing less. Today’s story: A near miss.
There’s a universe where everything worked out exactly like it was supposed to. Even if it worked out exactly like it was supposed to in this universe too.Continue reading Alternative Universe
What a year it has been. Hopefully it’s been as good to you as it has to me. While there have been plenty of terrible and sad things in the world (or maybe even because of all the terrible and sad things in the world) I think it’s important to take this time to sit back and reflect on all the small, wonderful moments that made up this year for me.Continue reading 2018: 12 Scenes from a Year
It’s almost the new year and that means that it’s time to take a look back on the years greatest hits. This year I managed to actually update this writing blog pretty regularly (!) but it means that you might have missed some things so let’s take a second to rewind.Continue reading Tiny Voice Rewind 2018
People have gotten into the habit of asking me for recommendations and its a tricky business. Most of the time anything I suggest won’t be viewed by the person even if it’s something I think they will really enjoy. This is just a list of things I find myself suggesting all the time (but it’s okay if you never watch them or if you don’t like them, I still think you’re cool). Continue reading TV Shows I Recommend (but it’s okay that you’ll never watch them)
Please enjoy this post where I tell you a story about an event from my life. Nothing more, nothing less. Today’s story: Foot on the gas, that’s the only way to live.
Welcome to 5 Quick Things that I saw during the last month that I thought were interesting enough to share. None of them are particularly timely so feel free to just enjoy 🙂 This month is a special all YouTube edition. Continue reading 5 Quick Things: November
Probably ink has been more elegantly spilled describing how important food is to humans but sometimes you just need something that fills up your mind and soul just as much as your stomach.
When people talk about finding their “voice” in their writing I cringe because I used to have a voice. It’s gone now but I’m working on getting it back. Continue reading I Want My Voice Back