My dad is simultaneously the biggest fan and blatant reviewer of my writing, and unfortunately I can’t help but mull, over every piece of advice he gives me. Being the most chilled father on the earth, I was absolutely … Continue reading
Monthly Archives: March 2014
My dad keeps telling me that my “20’s are for learning” and every time he says it, I think I love him a little bit more. To me, learning implies a sprinkle of recklessness, a touch of experimentation, a hint … Continue reading
The myth of the backstage pass.
I am beginning to really understand the truth of David Guetta’s recent rapper collaboration, “Work Hard, Play Hard”. A recent camp experience really shed light on the fact that a “hustler’s work is never through”, as I was struck with … Continue reading
Just roll with it.
There’s something about leading a hectic lifestyle that makes a person effective, and I once heard that “if you want something done, give it to a busy person’. As we speak, my schedule is full to the brim with 3 jobs, … Continue reading
“Don’t fake it. Don’t write what you think people want to hear. Don’t sugar-coat it or second-guess. Just be yourself. Then, once you know who you are and what you need (not want, but NEED) to say, keep doing it.” … Continue reading