Project Update: ZenHacked – Finally Posting Again!


About six months ago I started two blogs. The first one is the blog you’re currently viewing ( The second was largely dormant, but it’s finally making a comeback.

ZenHacked ( was an idea I had to bring the concepts of balance and inner peace to people who still think it’s all about meditation and hippie mumbo jumbo. I wanted to present these ideas in a simple fashion and provide actionable steps toward the end goal of, well, simply being. It was also supposed to be the foundation to a book I planned on releasing. Unfortunately, in typical fashion, I wasn’t prepared for the amount of work demanded for two blogs, especially when I’m the only writer.

ZenHacked slowly fizzled while this blog grew.

No more!

Now that I have a good groove going (say that three times fast) with, I want to get going as it’s a passion of mine. I initially thought about posting there three times a week, but I’m going to start slow for once. I’ll be posting once a week on Wednesdays, a day that shall be known as Zendays going forward.

Shut up. It’s an awesome name.

Also, I’m going to use this as a litmus test for my own promotional skills by building an audience from scratch instead of involving my current social media audiences. So, yeah, wish me luck on that one.

Check it out if you feel inclined to do so. I won’t be speaking about it much here save for various updates. In any case, check it out this Zenday…

Ugh… never mind.

…I mean Wednesday, for my return to blogging about zen concepts. If you like what you see, tell a friend!

Peace out, party people.

Previously: Blog Update: New Post Schedule

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