Right. rite. write.
"If I had more time, I would have written less."

I first started writing on the internet when I was 12 years-old, and quickly became an avid member of the now-extinct Xanga community.


Ever since I can remember, I’ve dreamed of writing a book. In 2021, I did it; publishing “Dear Atlas: It’s me; your Dad.” which is now available on Amazon.com for purchase. ​

Aaron Plaat Blog

My words.
my mind.
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This weekend, I found myself caring for a sick toddler. Atlas came down with a cold-of-sorts this past week, and it’s left him badly congested and not quite his usual self, which has made

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Last year, I remember cleaning my kitchen counter when an idea hit me. It wasn’t an idea, as much as it was a revelation about how to view my life, and the success criteria

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Earlier today, I was on the phone with my older brother and we were talking about different chapters of our lives. I noted there have been many distinct chapters in my life that each

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Years ago, I read a quote that’s resonated deeply with me since I read it: “A rigid sense of identity is a sure block for flow.” I’ve been a lot of things in my

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If any of you have lived long enough, it’s likely that you’ve engaged in some sort of debate with somebody that’s unreasonable. I don’t think that having a heated point of view makes somebody

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