This summer, I have decided to interview some of the people that I find interesting. Although many are family, friends, and acquaintances, I have learned a lot from these interviews. So, I hope you enjoy them as much as I did and I encourage you to do the same to the interesting people around you! Pedro… Continue reading What is Something You Wish You Could Tell Your Former Self?|Interview With Pedro
Being an artist is an endless, oft-thankless profession, one with an infinitesimally small chance of success! How many people paint a beautiful picture, only to have it sit forever on their living room wall or gather dust in their garage? How many writers complete a book, only to have it languish amidst MILLIONS of others… Continue reading How Crazy Makes The World a Better Place
Take one thing at a time. What is an area in which you need to slow down a bit?
Hey blogger newbies! I want to put together some goodies for you all but I want to start off by a simple Q&A. Depending on the responses, I would like to post them here or on Millionaires Digest (of which I’m a new team member). As a new blogger and a community blogger, there were a lot… Continue reading Attention Blogger Newbies: Q&A
Today, I’m interviewing Andy Peloquin who is preparing to launch is next book , Lament of the Fallen. I hope you enjoy our interview about writing and success! Hi, Andy! We are so happy to have you here on TMU! Let’s get right into it. So, what exactly inspired you to be a writer? I’ve… Continue reading On Writing, Success, Hard Work and Motivation|Interview With Author Andy Peloquin
It’s been over a month since I revealed who I really am and I wanted to post an analysis not just for me for those of you who are thinking of going on the same journey. For years, I’ve used a pseudonym for my internet platforms in order to reveal my true self without criticism from… Continue reading What Happened After I Revealed My Real Name?
My Great Grandma died today but it’s okay. She was 107 and I wasn’t close to her anyway. No, not insensitive but just detached. I find that I’m like that with most things, in fact. Not too much happiness, not too much sadness. Because if I have either, I’d be full of madness. Vulnerability is… Continue reading On This Day Last Year:Someone Died Today but It’s Okay