Last year, I decided to compile a list of my 15 favorite stories written during the year, rank them, and then tweet them out in ascending order. Included in the tweets was a description of why the piece was one of my favorites, along with the hashtag #ZacchiosTop15. Like any sports fan, I’ve always loved … Continue reading #ZacchiosTop15 of 2016
It’s been a while since someone inspired me to write something about them. Personally, I think that the best writing comes from the heart because it is raw and authentic. It doesn’t come off as fluff created just to make the reader feel better. In any case, my latest for Thought Catalog went up this … Continue reading “You Make Me Look Forward Towards The Future”
It’s practically impossible for me to go somewhere and not see a pretty girl. She could be cute, pretty, gorgeous, or stunning, but the chances are high that there will be someone in the room who will fit that billing to me. I don’t see it as a bad thing. If anything, I think it’s … Continue reading “I See Pretty Girls Everywhere I Go And I Can’t Help It”
I’m not really sure where the time went, but it had been more than five months since my last Thought Catalog article before filing a piece yesterday morning. A lot of it had to do with my actual work schedule, but I definitely plan on contributing again on a somewhat regular basis. I’ve got two … Continue reading New Thought Catalog Work (Finally)!
I’ve got some good news for you all — I’ve found an application that will let me post podcast episodes onto SoundCloud, so when “Heart of the Matter” launches on Jan. 2, 2017, you can catch it there! The best part is that I can embed episodes to the blog right here. The beta test … Continue reading Podcast: “The Quinntessential Me”
I’m an odd bird. I won’t dispute this unequivocal fact. One of the many traits that makes me such an odd bird is that I have an uncanny ability to remember, of all things, articles of clothing. It’s not unusual for me to remember what I was wearing on a certain day, or even someone else. … Continue reading Shirts and Giggles
For a guy who (admittedly) has a horrendous memory, certain things remain as vivid to me as they were the moment they happened. I still remember walking down the hall to the conference room. I still remember my legs shaking with each step. I still remember what I was wearing. I still remember the conversation … Continue reading An Uncertain Future