Sunday Music: Bad Religion’s 4th Turning Soundtrack – The Gray Race

Don’t you love the way books/ideas sequentially appear in your life?  I do. Even when they’re a little doomy with a side of optimism. I’ll plug the “Optimism” episode of Breaking News we just released where we wrestle with all this stuff if you’re interested, but I know you’re here on a Sunday because Sunday’s … Continue reading Sunday Music: Bad Religion’s 4th Turning Soundtrack – The Gray Race

Cross-Generational Quick Connection Hacks

“OK, Boomer.” “OK, Zoomer.” “OK, _____” Want to forge stronger connections and build relationships outside of your age range? Do it the same way you do it within your own age range.  Start with something they care about.  It helps if you care about it too.  AKA be curious.  And skip over the boring stuff. … Continue reading Cross-Generational Quick Connection Hacks

Why You Need A Personal Archive And How To Start One

Your job is not your identity. Whatever you consume doesn’t solely define you. It’s ok to not fit in  pigeonholes, occasionally feel the need to scream phoenix, and to be a fine-enough cuckoo who sings as you fly.  We’re not a gray race trapped in a black and white world. We’ve got a lot more … Continue reading Why You Need A Personal Archive And How To Start One

July ‘23 Fireworks: No #1 Rap Songs For The First Time Since ‘93

It’s the 4th of July. We’re celebrating America’s Independence. Fireworks. Because that’s how fire works – it changes things. So what’s changing in America in 2023?  There’s a weird stat that’s worked its way into my head and (I think) has a much broader cultural point: As of June 2023, this is the first year … Continue reading July ‘23 Fireworks: No #1 Rap Songs For The First Time Since ‘93