There are many reasons people think they can't do 'the thing'. In this video, I take some of them on.
Keeping things simple. You know, not like this podcast.
More from your professional wrestling Dad and Daughter Prognosticators.
A Daughter and A Dad who love Wrestling. It's just awesome.
In a week when everything seems to be going to hell, I appear to be finding some reserve power somewhere in me that is hell bent on simplifying my life.
If you're of a certain age (ahem) you remember Vixen, an all woman metal band from the 1980s.
This is brutal, and yet this is the reality of living in the Bay Area now. Tech heaven, Real Estate Hell.
Honestly, this is not something I would have given any thought to.
After years of buzz, the USC Game Innovation Lab finally released Walden: The Game earlier this month, allowing players to immerse themselves in a six-hour experience in which they play Henry David Thoreau on his gripping quest for solitude and mental clarity.
You can either play in a task-oriented way, building your cabin and foraging for foodstuffs, or you can explore the detailed environment.
As someone who's literally burned through seven copies of Walden, I'm totally into this.
A podcast with porpoise. About making widgets and have nothing else to do.
An afterschool special edition. Only not
I'm posting this. For reasons.
If I wasn't genuinely concerned about the direction we're heading, I am now.
Zen for the rest of us.
He did it all for the cookie.
The best part is when it returns to it's default position, and your brain explodes.
Between sneezes, I talk about how I'm tired of the President tweeting from the shitter.
Despite departing on good terms with my former employer, this event caught me by surprise, and when combined with other factors in my personal life, not to mention the anxiety I now constantly feel for our country, and our planet, it was for me unbearable.
For the first time in my life I understood what depression feels like. I told my step-father this, a man who has struggled with depression for much of his life. When I told him of the darkness, of the powerful sense of self-doubt, and most of all the fear, he shared something with me that was profoundly meaningful to me.
As someone who has dealt with a crippling depression 10 years ago, I wish I had this advice. This is powerful knowledge. If you or someone you know needs this advice, please read and share it. Most of all, don't try to face it alone. Get help.
Mike Olbinski is a stormchaser, who apparently had an awesome spring season. This film was shot between March and June, and it's just amazing.
Honestly, some of these are laugh out loud funny. Check this out.