After a day or so of feeling distinctly wobbly in my recovery, I became slightly demeaning towards myself for these presidential ambitions.
These sinking feelings were catalyzed by a moment at which I sat at my computer, which serves as … Continue reading
All your lofty plans and good intentions…
Your aspirations to help others, your ideas to renovate and actualize your dreams…
Your to-do list and your bucket list…
All of these things can turn against you, haunt you, and plague you … Continue reading
Once upon a time, I had a very dear friend named John.
A pair of dumb kids back then, we did lots of crazy stuff together.
Gradually, I realized that hanging out with John was getting me into too much … Continue reading
For a serious spell in 2014, I was hooked by this game:
Smash Hit by Mediocre Games
Smash Hit, a game that could be considered downright therapeutic if you feel the need to break things.
Fun as it may be, … Continue reading
A month ago I retrieved the vacuum cleaner from the closet and placed it in my room.
This morning, I finally used it.
While sweeping the floor I thought, “Why did I put this off for a month? It is … Continue reading
After averting a potentially catastrophic DXM relapse, I set out to build a brand new life. In Liberated Living, we’ll transform myths to truths, take down the stigmas associated with “addiction” and “mental illness,” and learn powerful tools for … Continue reading
You are in a hurry, bigtime. Speeding down the highway like a lunatic.
A police officer pulls you over.
You were just trying to get to your destination, but now you’ve been pulled over, held up, ticketed.
Now, imagine a … Continue reading
Are you lazy? I’m lazy.
When I was a teen, one of my first ideas for a business was a company that would make products with the strict intention of making it even easier to be lazy. My flagship product … Continue reading
In bed, tossing and turning. After a few months of mediocre self-control, had a couple good weeks under my belt. Then came a familiar, old voice from within. A script I’ve heard a thousand times, designed by my … Continue reading