The Way Things Are is, quite frankly, a shitty story to live by. So why do so many of us resign ourselves to it?
A collection of some of my favorite inspirational quotes to make your day (slash-life) a little better.
You are not crazy for wanting more than a bottom-line, lather-rinse-repeat life. Here’s why.
In search of a mediocre, totally “meh” life? It’s super-easy. Here’s how to get one…
And I mean, like (never) ever.
You can’t compare your skills against someone else’s. All that matters is that you do what you were designed to do—and you do the everloving shit out of it.
Sometimes, you have to take things into your own hands. Like Anne Belov did with her new book, Pandamorphosis.
It’s time to stop asking yourself “what if” — and start asking “why not?” instead.
We constantly sell ourselves short, downplay our skills and accomplishments, and kowtow to whatever crapportunity is tossed our way. I call “Bullshit!”
One reader stops caring what other people think of her dreams and takes the bold step to go after them.
You don’t have to justify your life to anyone. Only to yourself.
That little patch of life you think is all that’s out there for you? It’s an illusion. Here’s how to break free.
Folks, I have a confession to make. I’ve written and erased subject lines for Reader Quit articles more often than Cordelia’s Mom comments on her blog. (Which is so insanely adorable, isn’t it???) For over a year now, I’ve known I wanted to write for Cordelia’s blog, but I can never settle on a topic. […]
Having money is great…but not if it totally overshadows everything else in your life.
There will always be a reason not to follow your dreams. And every single one of those reasons will be bullshit.
One reader shares her decision to follow her passion, and let the money follow as it may.
I quit my day job to live the life I always wanted to live, on my own terms. Here’s how you can do the same.
I’ve learned a lot over the course of this ridiculous, beautiful, frustrating, exhilarating process called Chasing My Dream. And, as promised on last week’s Quit of Quits post, I would like to share those things with you. Wednesday’s upcoming post will focus more on the practical, how-to steps that can get you to your own […]
It’s been a long and winding (and often crazy) road, but I’ve finally reached the Quit of Quits. I know, I don’t fully believe it yet, either.
I went to art school from the mid ’70s until the early ’80s. In those days, it was standard operating procedure, if you were a painting student, that you were to look down on, or at least askance at, any of the other disciplines that were taught at your school. This especially included—for painters—printmaking and […]