Robin's Nest in watercolor and ink sketch

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As we move (slowly) into the post-pandemic world, I’m leaving tech behind and focusing on my art, writing, and relocating. Join me. Let’s journey into the future together.

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A Very Brief History of Fanzines

A Very Brief History of Fanzines

First, apologies for the production quality. (Curse you Apple developers! You haven't fixed the audio syncing problem with exporting a Keynote slideshow to video since 2003!) However, I have also created a PDF download (below) for reading. And yes, there are some...

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5 Ways to Be Productive When Your Brain Says “No!”

Some times my brain rebels. It merely wraps itself in a fluffy blanket and says “I’m taking a break.” A common problem during the long, grey days of winter when my brain gets lost in the fog after only an hour or two of work. Therefore, I feel the need to get things...

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How SMART Are Your Goals?

Roughly 40% of the population make New Year's Resolutions. The most popular New Year's Resolutions (in no particular order) are: lose weight, get in shape, spend less (or save more), and make more money. All worthy aspirations. However, they aren't SMART goals. And...

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The One Resolution You Need to Achieve Your Goals

Find your focus for the coming year. What do you want to accomplish in the next twelve months? What are your all of your goals? Go ahead, write it down. Make a list. Making your list should take 5-minutes or less. However, feel free to put some real thought and time...

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Word Association Exercise

The Word Association Exercise is a discovery exercise. It is designed to help you explore and uncover your unconscious connections between certain concepts. It is especially useful if you find yourself resistant to a task you know will help you achieve a goal or...

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The Why Exercise: What’s My Motivation?

The Why Exercise examines your automatic assumptions, bias, and programming. If you aren't getting really annoyed or uncomfortable, it's a good sign you need to keep digging. Knowing why you believe something or are pursuing a goal is increases your motivation. We're...

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