“The Variable Life is a vulnerable, authentic deep-dive into complicated questions of spirituality and adulthood. Weirick is a writer with clarity and poise beyond his years, and The Variable Life is an inspiring testament to his search for meaning, belonging, and understanding that will resonate with a generation of frustrated Millennials looking to reset their expectations for what a life well-lived can be.”
Listen to John’s conversation with podcast host Ben Coleman about growing as a person and as a writer, what it’s like to carry around an artistic idea for years, how to make the best choices, and what The Variable Life actually means.
“Reading The Variable Life honestly felt like connecting with [the author] around a table full of delicious food. I live in the paradox of being an introvert who also understands my need for genuine connection in relationship with others. Reading this book helped me see how I can grow healthy relationships without losing myself in the process. I can connect with people without giving up my need to recharge and reflect in solitude.”
“This book is really, really good…I don’t say that about every book I read, either. I chatted with John Weirick about this book and what it was like to write it.” [Read my interview with Rachel about facing challenges, change, and the key variables in life—and why they’re so important.]
Listen to John’s radio interview with Matt and Carolyn about embracing change, dealing with too many choices, and moving across the country.