Never Going Anywhere

If you are one of the tens of people who read this blog regularly, Don't worry. This blog and the podcast known as The Art Of Giving Up are not going anywhere any time soon. Being a small blog and hobbyist fortunately offers me the flexibility to work my content around my life. This doesn't... Continue Reading →

No Justice, No Peace

This week me and my guest host are talking about gun violence. While we make jokes, there is nothing humorous about the state of gun violence in the US today. As of July 31, 2019, 248 mass shootings have occurred in 2019. This averages out to 1.2 shootings per day. In these shootings, 979 people... Continue Reading →

When I Grow Up

Dreams are something that I've spoken about before. I've gone on about my feelings of insecurity and lack of confidence when it comes to achieving the things that I really want. Because working to live doesn't really jive with fantasizing and hoping for things far out of my reach. I don't know if I have... Continue Reading →

Let Them Love You

Sometimes I like to revisit concepts and things that I've spoken about in my podcast before. As I grow and change my outlook on life shifts. when I first started recording The Art Of Giving Up I did it in a room by myself whispering so that no one could overhear. This is anxiety and... Continue Reading →

Laugh Or Else

I feel that those of us in television are chosen to be servants. It doesn’t matter what our particular job, we are chosen to help meet the deeper needs of those who watch and listen – day and night! Fred Rogers, Television Academy Hall of Fame induction While what I do isn't television, the word... Continue Reading →

Everyone Needs A Hero

I never really understood why people on TV needed to look like me. From my entire childhood people always spoke about representation and how important it was. For a person like me, born and raised in the liberal bubble that is New York City, I never thought I was under represented. I was born in... Continue Reading →

Put Your Phone Down

In the second Episode of the current season of Black Mirror, Chris Gillhaney (Portrayed by the talented Andrew Scott), finds himself upset at the analog for Facebook in the episode, Smithereens. As a victim of a car crash that took the life of his fiance, he finds himself angry and seeking some kind of comfort,... Continue Reading →

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