Sometimes you have to change your perspective to figure out how to improve your writing.
On taking the time to curate your news and information feeds to match what you want to know and learn about.
Though we sometimes denigrate online versus in person communities, it is possible to be part of a caring and inclusive online community.
Samuel Barbers “Adagio for Strings” is a good complement to the 20,000 chairs set up near the White House to remember those lost to COVID.
Anniversaries and memorial dates are times to think about how things have been going and what you’re looking forward to for the future.
This past weekend I took a camping staycation to remember my dad and his passing.
Last week we had to say goodbye to our best boy, our flat-coated retriever Cosmo.
Lara Prior-Palmer’s “Rough Magic” isn’t so much about a horse race as it is finding out who you are and what drives you as a human being.
Lately I’ve been having trouble writing. Maybe I can find my way back by writing about my father, whom I lost in July.
Ben Ehrenreich’s “Desert Notebooks’ is an extended meditation on time, writing, and life in the desert.