Sixty Minutes


Sixty Minutes is a quiet gentle exercise. Twenty minutes research, twenty to write, twenty to create artwork, all to equal, effectively, a blog post. Topics can be anything and everything. 

I always think everything is going to take forever and tend to feel — especially around my birthday — like I’m running out time, that I won’t be able to accomplish all the things I want to accomplish. An hour, then, each week is a small commitment to these things I enjoy: drawing, writing, and hanging out on the internet.

I had written a whole spiel about my ‘why’ for this limited-run endeavor and my motivations, but then found myself nitpicking and overthinking and meditating on the nature of time and how I experience it (which feels counterproductive in this context).

So I’ll leave you with the caveat: the twenty-minute restraint means that these posts will be imperfect — unfinished art, limited research, sloppy writing.

Thank you for reading.



Sixty Minutes


Sixty Minutes is a quiet gentle exercise. Twenty minutes research, twenty to write, twenty to create artwork, all to equal, effectively, a blog post. Topics can be anything and everything. 

I always think everything is going to take forever and tend to feel — especially around my birthday — like I’m running out time, that I won’t be able to accomplish all the things I want to accomplish. An hour, then, each week is a small commitment to these things I enjoy: drawing, writing, and hanging out on the internet.

I had written a whole spiel about my ‘why’ for this limited-run endeavor and my motivations, but then found myself nitpicking and overthinking and meditating on the nature of time and how I experience it (which feels counterproductive in this context).

So I’ll leave you with the caveat: the twenty-minute restraint means that these posts will be imperfect — unfinished art, limited research, sloppy writing.

Thank you for reading.