The Most Glamorous Question

A lot of ink and pixels have been spent the past few months on the term “quiet quitting.” In case you’ve managed to avoid hearing about it, here’s a good succinct definition: In a nutshell, “quiet quitting” is about rejecting the notion that work has to take over one’s life and that employees should goContinue reading “The Most Glamorous Question”

My Month of Writing, Derailed

The month of September has been a big writing month for me. Or at least it was supposed to be. I had the plan to work on a new manuscript a little every day this month. I was making decent progress, too. But then disaster struck. One day (the 13th, it so happened), I pluggedContinue reading “My Month of Writing, Derailed”

Flow: A Mid-Year Check-in

For close to a decade, I’ve been observing the practice of choosing a word by which to live for the new year. This is inspired by One Word 365, and I have found it a preferable alternative to making resolutions. Most years that I’ve done this, I have experienced positive results: it has added greaterContinue reading “Flow: A Mid-Year Check-in”