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  • In Procrastination’s Defense

    Everyone knows the knows the bad side of procrastination. Being a part of this technological wonderland takes quite the toll on our attention span, and as a result, we have a lot…

  • Procrastination Station

    Everyone procrastinates. It’s one thing we can all relate to with one another. However, the amount we procrastinate or the way we do it may be different. Even if that may be…

  • Procrastitasking

    Our subject for this week is Getting Things Done, which is kind of funny because I rarely get anything done. I’m lazy and have a terrible memory, which are two things that…

  • GTD or ADD or FOMO?

      As I sit here on my computer beginning to type this blog I start think what I did about 20 minutes prior to starting it. As a matter of fact I…

  • I Ain’t Got Time for That…

    This blog was a great transition from last weeks topic. We are always on yet is it for the right reasons? For one, I am always on the interwebs even before starting…

  • Busyness: Blessing And A Curse

    “Take my yoke upon you, and learn from me, for I am gentle and lowly in spirit, and you will find rest for your souls.” – Matthew 11:29 What have I got…

  • Photoshop 101: High-Contrast Black & White

    Black and white photography is one of my favorite mediums. It is classical and leaves the viewer to imagine what colors are being left out. There are selective desaturations that can be…

  • This Is Sean Mac: Always On

    This week I talk with one of my housemates Jakob on the topic of “Always On”. This topic goes over how our society has created a norm of  always spending our time…

  • Read This, Then Go Outside

    It’s no surprise with our technology today that we could constantly be online if we wanted to. And unfortunately, a lot of people choose to do this.  I’m not saying that being…

  • Digital Burnout in a Sea of Technology

      John Naisbitt, once said-“We are drowning in information but starved for knowledge.” And in this world with ever-flowing ebb of technologies this is exactly the case.     In the age…