I tried my hand at samurai sword fighting, learned how to surf on water and volcanic ash. Well, actually I chickened out on the volcano surfing.
This weekend came with an awakening, an awakening of spirit but also of sacrifice. The gods have offered a semblance of spring for the Northeast, and it feels amazing. It should anyway, but instead it is a carrot that I can’t quite reach. I’m sitting at my desk with the windows wide open. I amContinue reading “the sacrificial carrot”
I honestly cannot remember the last time I woke up this early to do anything except feed the cat.
Brittany’s achievement and reconciliation of self turned out to be a reminder of sorts.
Earlier this week it was reported that The We Company, the parent of WeWork, will be going public with an all-male board of directors. I find that troubling, and you should, too.
You can be as open as you want but if you don’t take the time to prepare yourself for the elements of Black Rock City, you’re toast. Everyone has their method, but the general rule, especially for first-timers like myself was to ensure I had enough water to last a week. The recommended calculation isContinue reading “Sunscreen: What Not to Forget for a Week in the Desert”
FACT: 43.7 million immigrants resided in the United States in 2016, accounting for 13.5 percent of the total U.S. population of 323.1 million.
I’m hopeful the salesman is also hawking imagination, too.
An unexpected staycation is the real vacation.
The weather this winter has been odd. Sleet, snow, ice. Below freezing temperatures, high winds, then it’s sunny at sixty degrees and mild. This weekend was hardly an exception to this new rule, as it brought on heavy wind and rain. Rain, I love the sound of droplets hitting the fire escape. It brings backContinue reading “how to manage a rainstorm in your living room”