Crunch & Noom & Oculus: Oh My!

Crunch, Noom and Oculus are going to be things I (hopefully) mention quite a bit moving forward. For those unfamiliar, Crunch Fitness is a gym franchise and Noom is a habit tracking app. Oculus I’ll explain in a bit. I plan on utilizing all three to attain a healthier self in 2022. I went toContinue reading “Crunch & Noom & Oculus: Oh My!”

Hello Cleveland!

I got an e-mail through work notifying me that I won tickets to see TSO (TranSiberian Orchestra) on Thursday 12/30 at 8PM in…Cleveland! I’ve been listening to their albums every holiday since before I can remember so naturally I said hellz yes and called Amanda to let her know she was road tripping with me.Continue reading “Hello Cleveland!”

2022: I’m Looking At You

I’ve got some high expectations for the coming year and while I’m trying not to think about the fact that 2022 could be interpreted as ‘2020 too’ I also respect that to-do lists are guidelines more than hard and fast rules. The reason I say that is because I’ve got quite a lot planned forContinue reading “2022: I’m Looking At You”

Four Months and Counting and Vision Board

For those of you who are new, welcome! And as newbies you may not know that, in addition to The Sword & Shield I have completed another, completely separate novel. Seer is a Young Adult standalone fantasy that I wrote in a freakishly short time (less than a year). I know some people can pumpContinue reading “Four Months and Counting and Vision Board”

A New Year and The Resolutions 2020 Brings

So the concept of a New Year’s Resolution is not an original one. At one point or another we’ve all made promises to Father Time to change something about our lives. Do we keep those promises? Sometimes. But this is not just a new year, it’s also a new decade, and people are feeling theContinue reading “A New Year and The Resolutions 2020 Brings”

Another Year Gone

As Dumbledore once said.  But unlike Hogwarts, there is no ceremony to celebrate past achievements.  There is no House Cup to be won.  If falls on your shoulders to remember the good, and how it almost always outweighs the bad. Because there was a lot of good this past year, no matter how I feelContinue reading “Another Year Gone”