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The Life and Times of Casey Palmer — NaBloPoMo, Day 1 — Why I Do What I Do. (Featured Image)

The Life and Times of Casey Palmer — NaBloPoMo, Day 1 — Why I Do What I Do.

“I feel like most of your posts are apologies for not posting more.” — a Facebook friend on my last post The Last 60 Days. T.G.I.N., y’all—Thank Goodness It’s November! With another Halloween in the books (and less of a haul than the year before, but hey—I hear transitioning from […]

A Long Kiss Goodnight to Blogging — Why It’s Time to Evolve to the NEXT Best Thing

I hit a point where I didn’t want to write a damn word. Those who know my #BloggerLife would think me crazy—I’d built a world always filled with adventure, and opportunity was in abundant supply with each passing day. It’s a brand that’s developed over years—one shaping a handsome lifestyle and […]

The Life and Times of Casey Palmer — Why Do We Fall? (Banner)

The Life and Times of Casey Palmer — Why Do We Fall?

People often ask me how I do it — how I manage life as a husband, father and full-time 9-5er while still managing to push content through the blog. It’s no secret I spend hours working on each piece — scrawling ideas on notepads while commuting to and from work, […]

The featured image for my post "The Months of Ber — What Comes Next?"

THE MONTHS OF BER: What Comes Next? Rethinking My Blog!

I’ve written this post more than a dozen times this week, piecing thoughts together from a million directions to figure out what comes next. Fresh from a summer of contests, events and family gathering, I spent a lot of energy killing it these past months, leaving me unsure what’s left […]

THE GREAT SOCIAL MEDIA STORY: I Am Not a Blogger

Have you ever done something for ages, suddenly realizing that you’ve been branded with a term that either sells you short or diminishes what you really are? Michael Jordan would eventually try different hats a coach, actor, baseball player and ultimately a very successful businessman, but most people […]

Young Casey Palmer — 8 or 9 Years Old?

THE GREAT SOCIAL MEDIA STORY: NEVER Forget the Fun!!!

I’d been lying to myself all along. I’ve been stuck in a rut for who knows how long, and it’s been getting harder to hide — my blogs grow increasingly critical of the blogging industry around me; I find it harder to put a solid post together now […]

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