So how are you spending this unusual summer? Assuming you and those you love are healthy and employed (all that really matters ultimately), what are you doing to honor this weird gift of a truly slowed down period of time during the best months of our calendar?
One of Michael’s recent posts extolled the virtues of an opportunity he had had a number of years ago to attend/audit a course through Parsons School of Design called Creative Careers. The whole email (and frankly all of them) was really interesting, but I truly loved this sentence:
My beloved boy is home for a week. I haven’t seen him since Christmas. That’s not that unusual, […]
This time around, I have let my mind, my gloriously creative imagination, wander to what ifs that are actually within my grasp. I’m not exactly sure how I’ll get there, but that’s part of the journey that I think you can’t understand until you’ve walked a pretty significant piece of it.
I can’t be the only person who has almost forgotten what “regular” life used to be like, can […]
This story originally appeared in the May/June 2020 issue of Inspired Home magazine. As you read this, we’re […]
Before I had my current job, I was primarily a freelance writer and actor. That meant I had […]
I woke up early this morning, but it was already a little bit light out. This is one […]
Do we really want to return to all of that? Are we, as highly privileged Americans, really so blind and numb to all that was wrong with before that we will, like lemmings on a cliff, jump right back into what is surely the continuing death of our individual and collective humanity not to mention an enormous amount of the natural world?
One of the things I’m working on now that I have some extra time is really trying to […]