The Stories We Tell Ourselves
Music creates an emotional attachment to our lives like nothing else can.
Chuck Klosterman’s ‘The Nineties’
For Klosterman, the nineties began with the release of Nirvana’s ‘Nevermind’ album, released in September 1991; for me, the easiest marker would be the fall of 1989 when I moved to Whitehorse, Yukon from Regina, Saskatchewan, at age 10.
Today happens to be Bell Let’s Talk day in Canada. I thought it was an appropriate time to talk about where I am at mentally and where I would like to see myself go in this coming year. The framework for this discussion is around the concept of a theme for the year or season.
Turning 12 Years Old
> In many respects, she is still in a kid; but in so many others, she isn’t. She
It’s been awhile.
It would be easy to create excuses for the lack of writing, but the honest truth
The days are blurring together for me lately. It’s hard to tell when one day ends, a new one begins.
Two Months - Which Feel Much Longer
> Eventually, I think this will open the door to a more serious discussion on
universal basic income around the world,
Week Something - A New Normal
> March took forever but now all of a sudden we are at the end of April what the
Week Three - A Challenging Time
> Before the coronavirus, there was something I used to worry about. It was called
screen time. Perhaps you remember it.