Say if you’re a Gryffindor, it means you can be brave and bold, but sometimes we’re Neville Longbottom and need to rise to that occasion and grow into that.
What can I do in the coming month to help you say “yes, and” yourselves? Do you want a reader/editor for a story/script/article? Someone to look over a project plan/idea? An extra/actor in that short film you’re not sure how to cast to get going?
“But I did okay, didn’t I? I mean, I got, what, fifteen thousand years. That’s pretty good, isn’t it? I lived a pretty long time.” “You got what anybody gets, Bernie. You got a lifetime.” -Bernie & Death, Neil Gaiman’s Sandman I’m not prone to being a numbers person, but in two weeks I turn…
We all confront our demons at different paces and in different ways, and we realize our progress in different ways also, but keep going.
I sleep well every night. I wake up excited for each new day.
If you’ve been here before, you’re aware that I’ve struggled with depression and anxiety. Naturally, it rubs me the wrong way to see people making light of anxiety for the sake of jokes for likes on Twitter, because it undermines the real struggle I and many others have with anxiety that has at times been…
A story from college on how a literal piece of poo caused me to realize that I’m an optimist.
Working within the limitations of your medium, and the aspiration of unearthing great art with courage and honesty as your tools.
“[Like my hero,] on my best days I believe in the good that come from the things I do, the way I treat people, the work I get done- but there are plenty days where I feel like the world doesn’t want me or anything I can do for it, and those days I’ll admit- I’m running the motions waiting to die thanks to my depression.”
A look back at February, PopLurker.com and what’s to come.