It’s Business Time (timotheories September 2016)


Do you ever find that you’re drawn to certain kinds of music, films, and foods when the weather starts to turn? And I’m not talking about commercially viable options, but the obscure memories you’ve cultivated because they remind you of specific feelings?

I may have already written about this idea once this month, but September is usually my personal time of reflection, and when I begin to sing my own redemption song.

For instance, if I find that I’m out of balance I’ll begin to pick up certain good habits that I dropped – Whether it’s reading more, practicing good sleep hygiene or even maintaining an exercise routine, September is that time when timotheories is all about pulling up bootstraps and getting down to business. It’s business time after all, especially because I’m gearing up for the Superbowl of retail.


After all dear readers, this is the time of year when it starts to get cold, the hot beverages come out, and the covers go up to add an extra special layer of cloudlike warmth and comfort.

If you’re not sure what I’m eluding to, don’t worry, I’ve got you covered students. We’ve already had a post explaining why Alan Moore destroyed the superhero long before Hollywood got their hands on it, how art school changed my perspective on New Years, a preview of this month’s feature artist interview, and some other cool reviews. Oh and did I mention we summarized a summary on self-help books?

September is shaping up nicely. Time to give you an overview.

But we need to get the disclaimer out of the way, then we can dive right on in and go over the schedule.

*Disclaimer* As always, every week I purchase an album and movie one week ahead of the actual review release and while I have the best intentions, I don’t always get what I want… so if you follow me on instagram (@timotheories) you can actually see what’s coming.

timotheories summarized – September

Stimulating Sundays – (09/04) Ryan Andrade preview interview, (09/11) Ryan Andrade interview, (09/18) Cross Talk Ep. 9, (09/25) Megan Warkentin interview
Melodic Mondays – (09/05) Glass Animals, (09/12) Angel Olsen, (09/19) July Talk, (09/26) Beyonce
Theatrical Tuesdays – (09/06) The Jungle Book, (09/13) Love & Friendship, (09/20) Captain America: Civil War, (09/27) TMNT: Out Of The Shadows
Wisdom Wednesdays – (09/07) 1000 Self-Help Books Summarized, (09/14) Gary D. Chapman, (09/21) Exercise, (09/28) Brian Lee O’Malley
Timely Thursday – (09/01) Art School (Back to School), (09/08) timotheories September, (09/15) Harvest, (09/22) Nuit Blanche (Petite Nuit) (09/29) Artwork Update

The year of all killer, no filler continues friends! Nothing quite like laying it all on the line and getting right to the point. Without this strategy I wouldn’t be able to reinvigorate the weekly grind quite so easy.

Cross Talk continues to evolve of course. Now that we’ve got Singh on as a regular cast member, we’re going to begin the slow trek into a weekly format, but for now we’ll continue to release one episode a month. Episode 9 could be about death, personality, globalization or film snobs, you’ll just have to stay tuned in…

Surprise, surprise though, as I’ve decided to put together not one but TWO artist interviews for you folks this month. Ryan Andrade will be talking with me about balance, and then Megan Warkentin will get into exploration, which is why I wasn’t able to slot her in last month.

And of course I sound like a broken record, but I really do have something coming together for Just In Time Games, but we’re still not quite there yet.

And those are all of the theories I can come up with for now friends. Please leave some comments, to let us know what you want to see in coming months and subscribe to the blog too!


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