This is another in my “Do This, Not That” series for social media practices — especially for musicians, but really for everyone. Check out the whole series including “mean or nice” and “support your friends“. [...]
This is the second in a series of “Do This, Not That” posts regarding social media with special attention to musicians. Click here to read the first post on this subject.
“Support your friends.” It seems like that should go without saying. Unfortunately, this is not [...]
This is the first in a series of posts: “Do this, not that” (#DTNT) for musicians (at least) on social media (#SM) or social networking.
I wake in the middle of the night
My heart is pounding fiercely
And the sheets offer no comfort
So I slip out of bed.
As my feet touch the floor
There’s a cold sensation;
Knowing your warm, soft body
Might as well be a million miles away.
Though I believe in the power of thought and know that we create our own reality, it’s easy to experience things as “life” giving us this lesson or that curve ball. Hopefully, most adults have ways of coping with these moments: yours [...]
Your life filled with hubbub and
Noise may seem to fill every corner
Of who you think you can be.
But that is nothing compared
To the life in [...]
Finger Lakes Grassroots Festival of Music and Dance
One of best Christmas gifts I received last year was a Summer music festival pass to the Finger Lakes Grassroots Festival of Music and Dance. And now, that gift continues to give even after the festival is over and even the last ice chest [...]
Whatever fear invents, I swear it makes no sense.
~ Peter Gabriel (Come Talk To Me lyrics)
What is this insecurity,
Made vulnerable to
The light of day.
I lay still in the grass
With chirruping birds nearby and
Buzzing bugs enticed by the soft
Flesh of my naked neck and [...]
The direction of your focus is the direction your life will move. Let yourself move toward what is good, valuable, strong and true. ~ Ralph Marston
I know that there have been a few posts about this going around the ether and recognize that this is “one more post” on using [...]
…or how about on Twitter? or Feedly?
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