Tag Archives: Brain Rats

Brain Rats, The Video

I’ve written about my song, “Brain Rats,” in this blog several years ago. Now I’m revisiting the subject in celebration of the new music video of the song. The song is a goofy, dramatic sendup of the persistent negative thoughts … Continue reading

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About Singing

“I’m the world’s worst singer.  Can’t carry a tune in a bucket!” “I used to sing. Then I stopped.  Went to school, got a job, had a family, got busy.  I sure miss it.” “The only reason I go to … Continue reading

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Taming your brain rats

Negative self-talk is a signal that you’re on the verge of learning something new. Swimmers at Lincoln Park swimming pool, 1925 | Photo via Seattle Municipal Archives You are about to take a big risk, inhabit your true power, or … Continue reading

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My “Grammy Awards”

Though I’m open to the experience, I’ve yet to win a traditional Grammy Award. My Grammies emerge from the stories people tell about how they use my music in their everyday lives and work.  I’m deeply touched when something I’ve … Continue reading

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