It’s interesting that the only “work” people seem to understand is that which you do for a company or a government. That if you say you work for yourself, people assume you don’t work at all. It makes me wonder how work is defined.
Hello, friends. You may (or may not) have noticed changes to my blog. When I downgraded to the Premium plan, my WP theme reverted to its original theme, and so I’ve been searching for a new one. There are so many! I’m keen on the “Responsive Layout” which means it […]
Forest bathing is as important when you’re working from home as when you’re not. Maybe even more so.
It’s been so long since I’ve been on my blog, I almost forgot my password. WordPress recently “congratulated” me for having first registered with WP eight years ago. My, my, how times flies. Except … I have posts going as far back as November 2007. Oh, I don’t want to […]
My mother once said I was predictably unpredictable. I would argue that I’m simply consistently inconsistent. Some of you may have noticed that I’ve “rebooted” my LinkedIn account. Those who know me well aren’t the least bit surprised. This seems to my M.O.: I’ll think long and hard about taking […]
At first, I thought these great (and interesting) quotes from writers would be about writing. But they are generally about work, that is, work as something different from writing. Robert Frost’s quote captures my experience very well 🙂 What about you? What quote resonates the most for you? Interesting Literature […]
I’ve been a little busy lately. First, responsibilities and obligations at my day job have increased since my bureau chief retired, and another coworker has been working less than half-time due to medical problems, and we still have a vacant position. As my supervisor noted, she and I are “doing […]
My conversation with Rajiv on hyperconnectivity continues. I began to comment and once again found myself going on at length. Here’s part of my comment to Rajiv’s post: “I’m starting to wonder if there is generational difference with hyperconnectivity. I grew up without computers, without even remote-controlled TV (in fact, […]