As I’ve gotten older in life, and people have come into it who I would die for, I’ve begun to see the same life a bit differently. Whereas before I’ve admittedly been a bit of an ass when it comes to going after something I disagree with, now I try to see the alternative. Doesn’t […]
While commuting recently, I saw a post over on Medium from Mike McGrail, entitled Humans Have Lost the Plot. In it, Mike bemoans where we’ve come (or not) as human beings.
This is a guest post by Dinette Rivera, expanding on a comment she left on my recent thoughts about work-life balance. I asked her how she’d made changes in her life, and this post is the answer. I don’t expect to live a balanced life. It is an unattainable goal. I chose a better goal […]
The other night, I was commuting home on my usual train, and two cyclists got on, a man and a woman (although separately – they weren’t together). As I sat down in my chair, the male cyclist noticed that the female one was looking a little agitated, and asked her if everything was okay. “Oh, […]
So they actually did it. My home nation, the United Kingdom, voted by 52% to 48% to leave the European Union and go it alone. And while the Leave campaigners will say democracy won, and the British people have spoken, it’s not quite as simple as that.
When we’re passionate about something, we never see it as something we have to do – we see it as something we want to do. Blogging; business; job; hobby; singing; drawing, anything. If we love it, we’ll spend time on it that we don’t even realize. While it’s still work, we don’t see it as […]