I’ve watched “The Voice” before, but I’ve never been so into it that I’d watch every week. Well, as of last night I am all in on this new season. When my roommate, Corey, told me that his friend Jimmy was going to be on the show, I was intrigued. He told me about how … Continue reading Adam Levine thinks Jimmy Mowery could win “The Voice,” so hop on the bandwagon now!
When Aunt Kathy first passed away, I was reluctant to write about her. I wanted to be respectful of her family, and I never wanted the perception to be that I was using her for sympathy or attention. As time went on though, I realized that I was having trouble with the grief process and … Continue reading Writing through grief
It’s well-known in Boston that the local media loves to trash the local sports teams. I think this comes from the era I talked about in my previous post, the years between 1987-2001 when none of the pro teams won anything and negativity sold newspapers. Even though both the sports landscape locally and the world … Continue reading I’d rather prove people right.
NO!!!!!!!! I hear it even from older people in New England – “it won’t always be like this!” they say condescendingly while describing their teenage kids who weren’t even born yet when the Patriots won Super Bowl XXXVI. I can’t speak for those kids. Or even their parents, for that matter. I can only share … Continue reading Am I An Entitled Millennial Because I’m A Patriots Fan? The Answer May Shock You
Someone I really admire – and listen to his podcast often – is author, entrepreneur and angel investor Gary Vaynerchuk. Whenever he has a new guest on his show, Gary always asks them for their “origin story, comic book #1”. Now that I’ve reached the destination that I’ve always dreamed about – becoming a published … Continue reading Origin Story/Comic Book #1