Welcome to the first entry of my Becoming Series! This is a documented journey for baby burly dancers and anyone who is curious as to what the roadmap might look like for someone starting out.
It is just me, or do some of you also feel that? Are your nerves rattled, and your guts sloshing around inside like a jogger's half-full water bottle? Could it be that we are actually feeling the earth dying? Are we afraid to face the facts of our unchecked actions? Firefighters race against the flames … Continue reading Gaia Is On Fire…Why Are We Stoic?
A visceral emotional and reactive response to the post: 'The 6 Harsh Truths That Will Make You A Better Person' The world does not need more successful people. We have hit a breaking point of superficiality and egocentricity. I am going to continue to be a compassionate, empathetic, caring soul, who will NOT waste time in … Continue reading Learning Strike or Learning Curve?
The Good, The Bad, and The Lessons Learned Beginners are rarely prepared for the task at hand. They have yet to understand the gifts of experience: to expect the unexpected and arrive prepared...well as prepared as one can be. I had the best intentions. I put paper to pen and started drafting my plan. There … Continue reading How To Organize A Rally: A Beginners Journey in Failure and Beyond
Below are a few blog entries that I created for their bar staff. The original staff have long gone, and they moved on from blogging. However, I think these may still be interesting. Tasty Tangents Part One And so, begins the first attempt at making a batch of "Bernie's Bitters"! Here goes nothing... I had … Continue reading Bar Blogs of Old…
It was a day, not unlike any other. I was casually sipping on hot chocolate and working on some designs when I came across Emma Gonzales's powerful speech. It shook me. It moved me so far beyond reach of that selfish space we run to. It is the space found when you close your eyes, … Continue reading How To Organize A Rally: Part One (A First Timer’s Journey)
Breaking free from corporate monotony.