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Stop Looking Sideways, or How I Embraced My Own Path

I am a University of Michigan Musical Theatre grad and I wear my Maize and Blue proud. Being a U of M grad in the world of musical theatre has given me opportunities that never would have been open to me otherwise, and dear friends and a network of professional artists that I am blessed to have. 1,018 more words

Artistry

Wasting Away on the Ocean

Like so many people I know, I’ve spent much of my life defining myself by what I do for a living. Judging myself based primarily on what I manage to ‘accomplish’ on any given day. 1,249 more words

The Journey

Getting into the flow by letting go of the oars...

From the archives, written originally on September 2, 2009.

I was fairly freshly single after 30 years of marriage and in the process of defining/re-defining what the 2nd 1/2 of this lifetime looked like. 699 more words

The Journey

Is Your Success Making You Miserable?

Originally posted on BayArt.org on September 29, 2016.

Our happiness is our success.

— Monique McIntyre

Success. Happiness. Two things we get crazy about.

Money. Something we get really crazy about.

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Acceptance

A Mexican Moment of Clarity 2009

Another writing, pulled from the archives. This from a solo trip as an almost divorced man in 2009 to Mazatlan Mexico.

So sitting in the sand, I gave thanks- for all the love and support I’d been given all the time that had been provided, all the insights that had been shared.   349 more words

The Journey