I recently went to Japan. Here are some of the things I learned, noticed, and recommend as a tourist!
Within my average group of friends, tensions rise when people are: 1) Hungry. 2) Tired. 3) Bored. And worst of all, 4) All of the above. So when we travel to far distances across the country—or 30 miles down the street to a choir competition—things can get a little tough. Don’t be mistaken, choir kids … Continue reading I Have A Dog: And Other Ways to Make A Statement
Over the years, there are two things I have found to be necessary in creating a successful secret society. The first is members; a society of one is not secret, it’s just lame. That doesn’t mean you have to be friendly with your members, it just means that you have to have some. The second … Continue reading How to Create a Secret Society: Part One–The Secret Part