Productive Procrastination

As any language learning guru can tell you, the most important part of language learning is consistency. The biggest enemy of consistency is procrastination. Two of the worst ways you can procrastinate is by playing video games and spending time on social media. So how do I beat my procrastination on language learning? By playingContinue reading “Productive Procrastination”

We’ve Been Wrong The Whole Time

This week, the National Hemophilia Foundation is having their annual meeting in Dallas Texas. This wonderful meeting is America’s premier bleeding disorder yearly reunion. And it got me thinking about two themes that I have been told nearly all my life as a person living with hemophilia. Those two things are, one, that people withContinue reading “We’ve Been Wrong The Whole Time”

Our Collective Suicide

According to the Ovid, Narcissus was a young hunter who put himself first before everyone else. Enamored with himself and him alone, Narcissus led a vain life filled with doing nothing but loving himself and only doing what he wanted first. Then one day Echo saw him and fell in love. Echo started following Narcissus.Continue reading “Our Collective Suicide”

Role Reversal

“What’s right isn’t always popular. What’s popular isn’t always right.” –Howard Cosell Out of my many travels between Europe and America, I’ve learned many major difference between our two cultures. The one that stands out the most to me is how quickly American men are feminizing and American women are emasculating themselves. The Problem, AsContinue reading “Role Reversal”

I Fell in Love in Paris

I fell in love in Paris. Cliche, yes, but also very true. A few years ago I had the opportunity to visit France for a World Federation of Hemophilia conference they were having there. Every two years, the WFH holds an international congress, and that year it fell in Paris. I didn’t know what toContinue reading “I Fell in Love in Paris”