Let’s face some facts. The corporate world expects you to “Put your nose to the grindstone” and not […]
Let’s face it, mainstream thinking makes very little accommodations for creative thinking or risk taking. I worked for […]
I love the quote above from L. Frank Baum. I don’t expect many know anything about the author […]
Here I am in my eighth decade on this earth but I still have an insatiable appetite for […]
Last Wednesday I briefly told you that I am planning on juggling 4 active blogs in 2021. That […]
For the most part my life has been pretty boring. I blame that on having my right brain […]
I love outside the box buildings. They spark my creative imagination. I love things that stretch your imagination, stretch […]
I know the title of this post is not a real word at least to my New Oxford Dictionary but I don’t mind stretching the English language a bit once in a while. This post is about how journaling became such an important part of my life.
Storytelling is something that is as old as man. Before written languages were developed and taught to the masses storytelling was the only way to pass down history. Why I seem to be obsessed with trying out storytelling is a mystery to me. That is what this post is all about.
With my recent obsession with being more creative lately I have come to more thoroughly understand where RJsCorner fits into the scheme of my creative life. That is what this post is all about. Sort of…
RJsCorner is meant to be a very diverse place. I cover many topics because I am a guy with many labels. One label I haven’t shown you here is my chef side. I spent five years in college working in a dormitory cafeteria serving about 600 people three meals a day. I started that time washing pots and pans and ended up running the entire student waiter staff of about fifty people. I learned many things about cooking and such in addition to how to be an engineer during those years.
The foundation of this Alternate Reflections post is a photo from my recent visit to the Vincennes Rendezvous. […]
This sounds like a pretty grandiose title, I hope the post lives up to it. 🙂 I’m going […]
I am one of those people who doesn’t particularly like looking at pictures of myself. But for this […]
For this Artsy Saturday I give you “Red Knobs”. I’m sure that all the red knobs in this […]
For this artsy Saturday, I bring you pure creativity. I haven’t had the pleasure of visiting Laster’s Art […]
This post is going to be about how robots have replaced humans in a significant segment of our […]
I am finally convinced that I am a pretty creative person as my mind constantly wanders into unimagined […]
I have let it be known before that I am a mall walker. Every Friday I walk up […]
For this Saturday’s artsy post, I want to present to you a picture from one of my favorite […]
The tinsmiths of our early years were certainly a creative bunch. They fabricated many of the utensils we […]
For this artsy Saturday I want to put up a picture from my many visits to northern Wisconsin. […]
Sometimes creative things sneak up on you. That was the case when I came across this picture in […]
Let’s face it, most people believe that old people just can’t be creative. Of course, the definition of […]