Just Me with R.R. Campbell r. r. campbell
In an era of clickbait and lifehacks and listicles, topics like grief, joy, and friendship may not be nabbing headlines, but they’re critically important: important to understanding the people we’ve been, the people we are, and the people we might become.
In these free-wheeling conversations-with-self, author r.r. campbell embraces what it means to live life unscripted, unedited, and unafraid by ruminating on the nature of identity, self-care, the creative process, and more.
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This episode has it all: *your* takes on puzzles, Neighbor Watch, Part Two: A Trip Around the Block, a resolution to the Tent City Mystery, and some thoughts on Occam's Razor. All aboard; the sass train is (probably) about to leave the station. Choo-choo. Topics ...
Puzzles! Don't get me started. Well, *I* get me started and have a really hard time stopping. And even once the rant concludes, strap in: it's time for the first ever Neighbor Watch™ and the inaugural installment of Tent City Mystery. Topics discussed include: puzzles, ...
In an episode recorded following my second-every foray into the realm of painting, we invoke a number of brush-and-canvas-related metaphors to prop up a conversation about adapting instead of frustration-quitting our way through life. Topics discussed include: shower frequency, painting, Trogdor the Conversationalist, future of ...
Okay, we need to talk about skeletons again, but only for a few minutes, I promise. Also—and more importantly—Lacey joins me for a conversation about respect, time management, and, because they're recurring themes, mindfulness and empathy. So, yes, it's not so much a "Just Me" ...
Maybe it's not that we're failing to learn; it's that we're learning in ways we didn't expect. Topics discussed include: favorites and their intersection with evolutionary biology, the skeleton who lives inside you, fatal flaws, failed projects, and learning to be patient with oneself ...