Blog Posts - Introspection



The Life and Times of Casey Palmer — The State of the #BloggerLife, August 2016: Hustle Game Strong

“You feel the pressure? Man, I know the pressure.” — Drake, “Views”, Views (2016) If 2015 was the year with the world as my oyster, indulging in travel and extravagance to keep the brand growing, 2016’s the one th...
by Casey Palmer, Canadian Dad on Aug 15, 2016

Positive Age of Sigmar Post. Internet Implodes

Age of Sigmar has certainly had its share of controversy, the gnashing of teeth and claims of the “death of fantasy”. In the midst of all this rage there was something that was often missed in that Games Workshop actually made a good game...
by Creative Twilight on Aug 5, 2016

What Is It That Makes for a Fluffy Wargamer?

I’ve rolled this idea around for a while now. I want to chat about the fluffy 40K players and the competitive players. The idea started months ago when Von over at House of Paincakes wrote his article “‘Casual’ vs. ‘Comp...
by Creative Twilight on Jul 22, 2016

The Life and Times of Casey Palmer: An Elegy for Mediocrity

by Casey Palmer, Canadian Dad on Jun 6, 2016

The Life and Times of Casey Palmer — The State of the #BloggerLife, March 2016

Life with two kids is a whole lot busier than I thought it’d be. I remember thinking my hands were full with one when he first arrived in 2013, but it’s clear to me now that I hadn’t the faintest back then of how complicated thing...
by Casey Palmer, Canadian Dad on Mar 21, 2016

The Life and Times of Casey Palmer — Return to Form.

My biggest problem as a blogger? I refuse to write shitty content. It’s been more than a week since I finished the month-long Tales from the 2.9 project, and there’s plenty I’ve wanted to say—there are conversations that need to...
by Casey Palmer, Canadian Dad on Mar 10, 2016

RUMINATIONS

I Fail to Understand – If naked truth unsettles Then blurred reality confounds If blunt words hurt sentiments Then sharp silence pierces the heart If tacit engagements are illicit Then explicit meetings divulge the secrets If unruly behavior is...
by Hatpakha Magazine on Feb 15, 2016

Inside My Mind: Disciples of Twilight & Khorne Daemonkin

I’m a hobbyist. I don’t have the time I once did to sit down, create cool models, and paint them, but I do have plenty... The post Inside My Mind: Disciples of Twilight & Khorne Daemonkin appeared first on Creative Twilight.
by Creative Twilight on Dec 9, 2015

What is Adversity and How to Rises From Adversity

What is Adversity and How to Rises From Adversity ereadinginformation.com – “If we want to accept failure and learn from it, if we want to consider failure is a gift that is hidden and rose again, then we has the potential of using one of...
by Reading Information On line on Oct 12, 2015

Why I Stopped Traveling to Do Soul-Searching.

Introspection.  Reflection: Pic Source "We go on in life always busy looking out and yet failing to look in.  When we spend time with ourselves with our thoughts and energy, we dig deep, we recognize where our heart truly goes."I could...
by Shy on Foot on Jul 15, 2015

Present tense

Tomorrow morning, my daughter returns from her first experience at sleep-away camp.  She left with her church youth group last Sunday.  And while those in charge advised against campers bringing telephones, I allowed her to take one and for that re...
by Actual Unretouched Photo on Jul 10, 2015

Present tense

Tomorrow morning, my daughter returns from her first experience at sleep-away camp.  She left with her church youth group last Sunday.  And while those in charge advised against campers bringing telephones, I allowed her to take one and for that re...
by Actual Unretouched Photo on Jul 10, 2015

A Master Observer, Like A Mouse In My Pocket

It wasn’t until I was working at AWAIC (Abused Women’s Aide in Crisis) that I got it! I finally saw what it means to be honest, to be a master observer. I saw myself for the first time from a third person perspective, as my boss saw me (bless her...
by Linda Grace online on Jul 3, 2015

Like A Mouse In My Pocket

It wasn’t until I was working at AWAIC (Abused Women’s Aide in Crisis) that I got it! I finally saw what it means to be honest, 100% honest with myself. I saw myself for the first time from a third person perspective, as my boss saw me (bless her...
by Linda Grace online on Jul 3, 2015

Helping Others Helps Us.

In AA they say people who engage in service, i.e. helping out at meetings, sharing, making the tea and coffee, sponsoring others, helping on A A telephone helplines, inter group etc  have a much greater chance of staying sober and in recovery  long...

Word Wednesdays #2: Introspection

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The Life and Times of Casey Palmer — Why Do We Fall?

People often ask me how I do it — how I manage life as a husband, father and full-time 9-5er while still managing to push content through the blog. It’s no secret I spend hours working on each piece — scrawling ideas on notepads while com...
by Casey Palmer, Canadian Dad on Feb 24, 2015

The Life and Times of Casey Palmer — Why Do We Fall?

People often ask me how I do it — how I manage life as a husband, father and full-time 9-5er while still managing to push content through the blog. It’s no secret I spend hours working on each piece — scrawling ideas on notepads while com...
by Casey Palmer, Canadian Dad on Feb 24, 2015

10 Things Not to Say to a Depressed Person | World of Psychology

10 Things Not to Say to a Depressed Person | World of PsychologyImportant Reminder... just when I believe people truly get it, I am told, "Don't be ignorant... you can do whatever you set your mind to..."I have learned it is best for me to avoid soci...
by Believe in Grace on Feb 6, 2015

Honoring the Hermit

I am happy to be back to blogging after a rather long hiatus.  I spent a couple of years honoring the hermit within me, and in upcoming blog post I look forward to sharing how the process affected my perspective.I was surprised when I began to r...
by Daily Spiritual Tools on Jan 11, 2015


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