How do you measure a life?

Seventy-three. Seventy-three years is all I’m expected to have in this life. Today, I'm thirty-one years old. Am I wasting my time? Seventy-three doesn't seem very long. Should I spend every waking second in a self-centered mad dash to experience all the things on my bucket list before my time runs out? Does it matter … Continue reading How do you measure a life?

Day-by-day: A Photo Journal Project

Have you heard of Jamie Livingston? No? Well he was a photographer who took a Polaroid every day, until the day he died. I've been tremendously inspired by his idea and his dedication. His photographs, at least many of them, are on display on his website, here. I fell in love with the nostalgia and story-telling … Continue reading Day-by-day: A Photo Journal Project