Quarter-Life Crisis and Money is Fake

My first inkling I was in my mid-life crisis at 22 was when one of my mentors looked me square in the eyes and told me so. Not long after, another mentor and Jungian psychologist recommended I read James Hollis’s book Finding Meaning in the Second Half of Life. I never did read that book, […]

On Being Tense

I was at this party yesterday reminiscent of my past work life, and had a crazy Quinn time in my head. Now it’s out of my head, and so I’ll share it with you. What I was experiencing was a huge amount of anxiety, both my own and everyone else’s. The atmosphere was so freaking tense! […]