I don’t hate Obamacare, but I have been hating healthcare insurance the last few years.
I'm thankful for the people I work with and for, and the pleasure of the work itself, for they make me forget the stresses of my busy week. It's lovely how it all just goes away when I'm in the moment.
Mise–en–place (French pronunciation: [miz ã 'plas]) Yesterday morning, I listened to a story on NPR called "For a More Orderly Life, Organize Like a Chef," which talked about applying the French culinary concept of mise–en–place (literally, "put in place") in everyday life. One chef told how he uses mise–en–place for his daily "list." He said: What I used... Continue Reading →
I just found out that WordPress.com, the advertising-averse blogging platform that hosts this site, allows bloggers to earn revenue by posting affiliate links. What?!? I wish I'd known this years ago! I'm this nice guy who, for years, has had links on this blog to Amazon for books I contributed to -- just to make it easier for people... Continue Reading →
Only while sleeping do you make no mistakes. Mistakes are the privilege of the active person, who can start over and put things right. --Ingvar Kamprad, founder of Ikea