Lately I've been thinking...could I actually have ADHD? I've since been doing a lot of research on it and realizing it sure would explain a lot about why I am the way I am.
As the clock starts running out on 2022, I see the usual "best of" and "my favorite things" posts. Here's some apps I couldn't live without this year.
I rarely take art commissions anymore, but I'm very glad I made an exception.
I'm a firm believer that where you work at home should be a place that makes you happy.
A couple things I binge watched while laid up with a bad back.
Here's the (short) list of books I completed in 2019.
It's now 2020, and my last "My Reads" update was for 2017. Figured I'd catch up and log my 2018 selections for posterity.
Hoping 2020 is the year I get back into blogging. I've stripped my previous site down to the bare bones, so let's go.
I’ve been thinking a lot about disabilities lately.
Conferences are a natural part of being a developer these days. But for introverts, it’s anything but a vacation.
In the last couple years, I’ve made a conscious effort to become a more consistent reader. With everything that’s going on, both personally and in the world today, I’ve learned you just have to find a quiet spot with a hot beverage, good lighting, maybe a dog, and sit and read.
Every now and then, all us artists need a pep talk. Okay, some of us need one almost daily, but I digress. I thought I'd share a video from someone I greatly admire on the subject of art.