Anthony Bourdain said ‘there is art left to be made in this world’. I think he was right. After a brief hiatus, I’m returning to writing.
We made it. 100 days of writing comes to an end: what did I learn?
How you execute them is what counts. Terry Pratchett and Casey Neistat, two prolific creatives, have some valuable advice for us on just getting the work done.
“The best is the enemy of the good.” -Voltaire Do yourself a favour and take 5 minutes or so to … More
“It’s much better to imagine men in some smoky room somewhere, made mad and cynical by privilege and power, plotting … More
Sam Zemurray was a Russian Jew who arrived in the USA aged 12, in the late 1890s. He had that … More
“I am a lousy copywriter, but I am a good editor. So I go to work editing my own draft. … More
Yesterday, I was walking into town after lunch to get a cup of coffee and read for a little while. … More
I’ll be moving out of my student house soon. I’ve been completely preoccupied by exams, but over the last few … More
The book Daily Rituals by Mason Curryer details the intricacies and quirks of exactly how 161 creative geniuses spent their days. … More