Tales from my other life outside of the arts & culture realm
When I share with you, dear readers, places where you can find my writing, typically it’s in a location you can easily find online. But this time around, the “Where To Find Me” is in a digital publication called The Core Magazine. That’s right! For […]
A few months ago, Gary Wien reached out to me about my blog posts here on Incandescere covering the arts and culture scene. He told me how nice it is to see someone dedicated to the world of the arts and journalism (We’re a dying […]
No one can deny that 2016 has been a year of immense change. Whether your year has been full of opportunity and joy or distress and despair, it would fair to say that if you’re lucky enough to see 2017 on the horizon, you can […]
It’s been a few *cough* years since I’ve written anything akin to a guest post on another blog. In fact, I’m not even sure they’re called guest posts anymore. I think it’s just blogging in someone else’s proverbial house.
Anyway, the lovely and talented Chenai created […]
I’ve been told I read too much into things. Usually by the same people who tell me I overthink and worry too much. I ignore these people.
In my book, there’s no such thing as overthinking. You either think or you don’t. It’s not a dirty […]
If you’re familiar with my blog, you know I wait to set my annual resolutions until the Lunar New Year celebration at the end of the month. Although last year, you may recall, I pledged to make fewer goals and focus on a more spontaneous […]
Most blog posts this time of year are focused on reviewing the January-to-December ups and downs and predicting what lies ahead in the New Year. We try to apply some sense of logic to our behavior and hope that it calms our nerves enough to […]
I’ve started this blog entry so many times in the last week. Why? I’m anxious to mark not only the 100th post on my Lambent Letter blog, but I’m also excited to celebrate the 4 year anniversary of my website, Incandescere.
Still, I was nervous. What […]
I try never to glorify my busy schedule. By that I mean, I know I’m pretty lucky to live the life that I have, flaws and all.
But the freelance life combined with a full-time job is not all wine and roses. (It’s not digging ditches […]
I’ve been having this conversation with my mother for years:
Mom, shaking her head: You are too sensitive to criticism.
Me: How can I be too sensitive for the very action I’m constantly encountering?!
Mom: See? You just proved my point.
This may be a humorous snapshot of […]