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The Genesis of Letters

Dear Mom,

I feel as though so much of my own life occurs and changes through a sort of cyber-alchemy: each youtube video, jpeg image and article further molding me into the being I am striving to become. So much of our human experience is media based yet so much of this goes undiscussed between friends and family members.

With this blog Mom, I hope to strengthen the bond between us and really change the way that we interact and know each other. I can think of no greater gift I can give you than the real me as I know myself and hopefully through these posts you'll be able to enter some of the inner workings of my mind. I know I'm a bit of a pain sometimes Mom but maybe I'll be less of a bother when I'm not in the room to make such a terrible racket for you :P

Hopefully you enjoy it. Thank you for always being a great Mom for T and I!

Lots of Love, Dylan

Spring Cleaning

On Casual Friday in Serioustown

[caption id="attachment_453" align="aligncenter" width="470"] Because I'm sick of looking at snow.[/caption]

It's snowing. Again. It's always fucking snowing in the state of Iowa. At least, that's how it feels this year.

So in order to vent my cabin fever, today's post is about Spring. Spring cleaning to be specific. You see, as of late I have spent a good deal of time trying to get organized, scheduling and rescheduling perceived obligations, and looking for holes in my personality that have led to such a challenging few months.

But the truth is, as I've mentioned before, sometimes the problem is not as simple as it appears.

One approach, featured on the Happiness Project blog, approaches the organization problem with a simple strategy: don't get organized. Don't keep things around that you don't need and be honest with yourself. I mean, what are the odds that you're going to use that five-year-old coupon to El Pollo Loco?

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