An Open Letter to Every Man Who Reads a Woman’s Blog

Open Letter

Dear man who reads a woman’s blog,

You know who you are, you’re someone who frequents the blog of a woman. Before you get defensive, let me level the field and admit that I’m writing this letter to you as a fellow perpetrator.

Now that we have this straight, let me acknowledge a couple things that you might be thinking, to help put you at ease.

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Ten Words (That Changed My Life)

Ten Words

I’m not a huge reader, and I never have been. In fact, I can count the number of books I’ve read over the past few years on one hand.

This isn’t something I’m particular proud to admit to you, especially since I consider myself a creative and intellectual guy.

I suppose this is what happens to a person who works online and is heavily involved in social media. It’s hard to find time for that kinda thing.

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Stop Hating the Things You Love

Hating Things You Love

Remember the time when compact discs were around?

Those were the days when you would hear a song on the radio that you liked, and then you’d have to mow a few lawns so you could ride your bike to the music store because you HAD to have the disc.

And if you were like me, you’d listen to the song a couple hundred times until you would puke. Then you’d find another song to listen to and do the same until you literally wear the compact disc out.

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Help Me Raise $5000 for Charity Water & Get an Hour of My Time

Charity Water

In a world where we complain about the availability of mobile devices and the lack of fast internet speed, there is nearly a billion people in developing nations who don’t have clean water to drink.

How’s that for a sobering way to put things into perspective?

I don’t think I need to go much further to get your attention, and now that I (hopefully) have it I’d like to pitch an interestng idea — one where you can make a difference while at the same time getting something back.

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Meh … Creative Dissatisfaction

It’s no secret around here that I’m notorious for redesigning my website. I’ve always said that part of the reason I do it so often is that I use this as a sandbox for building our WordPress themes.

While that is true, the part I fail to mention is that it’s really a vicious cycle that I think many of us fall into. I don’t care if you’re a designer, a painter or a writer — we’re all “artists” and we all struggle with the same thing.

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