Saturday, September 28, 2013


It takes 2 weeks for something to become a habit.

How long does it take for something to un-become a habit?

Exercising, running, eating right, drumming.

Three of these four things are lacking in my life right now.

Well, four of the four if you consider the fact that I'm only drumming on practice pads and not on an actual kit.

Good habits always feel like they're so hard to reinforce, whereas bad habits propagate and intensify with little to no effort.

If the first step towards a solution is admitting you have a problem, then I'm on the right track.

Go reinforce a good habit, Glynn. Then do it again and again and again.

What habits will I have 2 weeks from now...?


Oh yeah, the Vater Manhattan 7A is out dueling the Vic Firth X8D at the moment.

Sunday, September 15, 2013


There are a lot of distractions.

A lot of thoughts and dreams and plans and twitter and youtube and netflix and instagram and facebook and eating out and cleaning and the burpee challenge and running and paleo and... ad nauseum.

So you make time to focus. On what's important. On what needs to be done. On what brings you closer to your goals.

Cut through the white noise and focus.

Focus on patience. And energy. And that which makes you truly happy.