Category Archives: Writer’s Life

Writers & Exercise

There seems to be some evidence that people sit too much. Well, that’s some low-hanging fruit there, but it’s true and it’s something that we don’t think about. When we’re in the car we don’t think “I’m sitting down”, we think “I’m heading somewhere”. Or something like that. I’m here to tell you that I spent […]

Fallow Fields

If you look through my journals for the past ten years or so, they will all say the same thing. February sucks, I’m not writing a thing, I’m not reading a thing, it’s too cold to go outside, all I do is go to work and watch crap television and go to bed at an […]

 

Can’t Let Go

Been awhile since I’ve been here in any regular capacity. It seems, as I expected, that the Cafe has survived quite nicely and even thrived in my absence. For those who don’t know, here’s the short version: I got sick, really sick, and had to take some time to get healthy before I could think […]

Quote Me On That

“Quotes are nothing but inspiration for the uninspired.” – Richard Kemph, writer and retired British military Commander. I love quotes. If you have followed this site from the beginning, you might remember that my posts always began with a quote. I would find some insightful nugget that illustrated my point and tag it to the top […]