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Letter: Social media boundaries and bullet journals

Letter: Social media boundaries and bullet journals

Dear Chaotic Good Enablers, This week, I started something new in an effort to reclaim my time and energy. Well, two new things, actually! One neat feature that Apple offers in its devices is a feature called Screen Time. This lets you restrict access to apps during...

Early Access: Imagine Cover

Early Access: Imagine Cover

Are you ready for cover number two? This month, Imagine by John Lennon was the nominee. Given my feelings about John Lennon, I almost declined this suggestion, but I decided to move forward with it regardless. Why? Imagine is a song that helps a lot of folks dream of...

Letter: Time warp check in

Letter: Time warp check in

Dear Chaotic Good Enablers,Time continues to feel extremely distorted: days drag out (or don’t) while weeks are passing me by so quickly that what happened 3 weeks ago feels like yesterday. I don’t know if anyone else is also experiencing this, but it is surreal and...

Letter: Barely Halfway Through 2020

Letter: Barely Halfway Through 2020

Dear Chaotic Good Enablers, 2020 sure isn't pulling any punches. It seems as if every time anything starts to make sense or calm down, things spin out even further. Crises are painful. Growth is painful. Sometimes it feels like merely existing is painful. While these...

Early Access: Love Like You Cover

Early Access: Love Like You Cover

I'm super excited to announce my first attempt at a proper cover song. Every month, I'm asking Chaotic Good Enablers to submit tracks they'd like to hear me cover and I'm picking one to give a swing at. This month, I chose "Love Like You" by Rebecca Sugar and featured...

Letter: Self-Care Habits

Letter: Self-Care Habits

Dear Chaotic Good Enablers, I hope you're doing alright this week. I've been through some emotional roller coasters of self-doubt and yet absolute determination. On one hand, I keep feeling like pursuing music as a career is a huge mistake from a logistical...

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