Benjamin Gallagher

Queer Orlando Lifestyle Blog

Writing requires a journey to the sinkhole. Words and water flow easily enough in the Orlando heat. But it took time to grow these flowers for you. Where do you find inspiration? I would love to know. Don’t forget to leave a comment ♥️ @anthonyemancuso for taking this awesome pic! You can find this pic …

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“April” This month I completed a variety of projects. Each one taught me about the creative process which involved many hours of editing drafts and eating cookies. Still, this Spring an imaginative season started in Orlando. Thank you On Writing Well for all the great advice. Every other Monday I post something related to writing …

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I love self-help books, especially ones by female entrepreneurs. Aliza Licht speaks to my truth about not having a five-year plan. Any person can succeed in their career if they focus on the task at hand. Mom gives me similar advice (thank you) but not with the same delivery as Licht. Licht says, “Forget the long-term …

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“Boy Dominant” Say it again, Daddy! You want me to crush your FemBoy delusions. Fine, but I never pick up the roadkill. Who else feels this way? 📸 Check out my Instagram: Boykitsch

In 1971, Maria Gomez Pereira noticed someone staring at her from the kitchen floor in a house in Belmez de La Moraleda, Spain. A face appeared etched in the concrete. María scrubbed the image but it wouldn’t fade. Frightened, her husband and son destroyed the floor before relaying it. The face reappeared along with several …

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The writing process teaches me to love myself. I layer failures on top of one another to identify success. On Writing Well helps me define those elements by clearing out the clutter. Which books help you write? Look forward to my first blog post this Friday!

I’m all ready unready for the week ahead! Every day I wake up, brew coffee, and go back to sleep. Realizing my full potential happens easier with eyes shut tight and a little caffeine. Mid-morning naps help me envision monthly goals, like making the bed.