Megalomania's only mania if you're wrong

Insanely Simple

Added on by Kevan Loy.

I don't know what has been going on lately, but I've been feeling particularly uninspired. I haven't been able to write anything worthwhile on TLS, we haven't done a podcast in awhile (or at least one we've put up). 

I think part of the problem is that the balance of work to fun in my life is not right: I've been working way too much, way too hard and for way too long without an extended break. I need some time to recoup and get the creative juices flowing again.

Yesterday, I finished readings Ken Segall's Insanely Simple. I've mentioned it before, but never said all that much about it. It's one of those books that, while extremely focused, has implications far outside said focus. I'm trying to figure out how best to apply it to all the areas of my life, but starting here with the blog in hopes that it proliferates through the rest of the things I've committed myself to. I plan to start doing some posts about the 10 or so specific pieces Segall suggests one ought to seek most furiously in simplicity.

Here's to getting back on track.