My grandparents (like most) were always asking for my Christmas list right after Halloween. Being a wee tyke, I didn't have many wants or needs, and I wouldn't say I was particularly creative either. I might have put "puppy" on that list once or twice, knowing very well that my parents would never let that … Continue reading VI. Rock your Socks: Stop Smelling, Start Stylin’
Beginnings I must admit: I struggle with beginnings. I said this aloud once, and my friend Dre added in earnest agreement, “Me too! And I have everything that I want to say, but I can’t get past it. This. The intro.” Sometimes I overthink beginnings, because I want to make sure I set the right … Continue reading V. A Post for Perspective
The Exposition: A pair of noise canceling Bose earphones soothe my soul with the groovy tunes of Anderson .Paak’s Malibu. Amidst the tapping high-hats and reverberating bass, I throw passing strangers some up-and-downs as they strut to their gates, luggage in tow. Travelers in airports always seem to radiate this palpable sense of purpose. One … Continue reading IV. A Short Story about Shoes
Let’s start with one of the more straightforward topics: fashion. I have found men’s fashion magazines like Esquire and GQ to be extremely limiting; the writing is often poor—online articles are almost too informal, and are filled with the simplest of errors—and they operate on a very one-dimensional perspective. I hope to highlight reasonably priced … Continue reading III. First and Foremost: A Fashion Blog
*composed to the album A Song for Every Moon, by Bruno Major* dear my dear, When people ask me how I am doing, I tell them that you no longer consume my mind. You have packed your bags with your big brown eyes and your soft speaking lips and have taken up residence somewhere new. You snuck … Continue reading II. Document15
With "Mojo with Nojo," I'm attempting to strike a balance between storyteller and fashion-turned-lifestyle blogger; between a Midwestern transplant in Southern California and a city boy who assumes an air of confidence and expertise; between a guy who wants to tell you want to do and a guy who doesn’t like telling you what to do. … Continue reading I. What’s the Deal?