And Eventually The World Will Change…

I like hip hop. I’m an overweight middle-aged white dude so I’m basically the target market, at least according to Apple Music. And being that I’m an overweight middle-aged white dude, two of my favorite rappers are Eminem and Macklemore. I get it. I’m a walking cliché.

But there’s a particular Macklemore lyrics that I really love. It’s everything I believe in when it comes to community and workmanship.

“Don’t try to change the world, find something that you love and do it every day.
Do that for the rest of your life and eventually the world will change.”


The Rhythm of Choices

This is going to start out pretty personal. From time to time, not all the time, but occasionally, I am crippled with anxiety. Now when I say crippled, I don’t mean “sometimes feel great.” I mean that sometimes I’m unable to move, unable to breathe and unable to think. Let me tell you about the time that I sat down in a grocery store thanks to choices.


New Dumb Resolutions

New Year’s Resolutions are stupid. There, I said it. And I’m not backing down. They’re dumb and if you make them, you’re probably dumb too. I don’t mean to suggest that making better choices; life altering choices is a stupid idea but rather that if you’re over the age of say….12….you should know better. New[…]

2016 Is Dead. Long Live 2016

It’s December 30, 2016 and I’m click clacking away on this keyboard…again. It’s been a heck of a year. This year I’ve written somewhere in the vicinity of 150 blog posts for myself and another 50 for clients and other projects. It’s been a year FILLED with writing. And it’s been a year filled with interesting clients and projects, awful soul sucking clients that you want to burn to the ground and enlightening and heartwarming clients that you want to adopt and raise in a sock drawer. It’s been a year marred with political strife and punctuated by the fall o some of the greatest artists of our generation. We lost Bowie, Prince, Carrie, George Michael and so many more. But it’s also a year that saw people stand up for things in a way that we haven’t seen for generations. It’s been a heck of a year. So with the year all but behind us, I thought I’d share with you the goals I have for myself and for OneRedCat for 2017.