Lifelong Learning

I just started a course about content strategy. The professor suggested we subscribe to Seth Godin's blog. I had heard his name before, but I didn't know anything about him. I subscribed, thinking that I could unsubscribe if I didn't dig him. Two or three days after I subscribed, he mentioned in his daily blog... Continue Reading →

Healing Sounds

I recently decided that I needed to buy a Tibetan singing bowl. How did I come to that decision? Memory fails me. What I do know is that I'm always looking for ways to live in the present moment more often, quiet my monkey mind, and de-stress. So one day, I crossed a mysterious path... Continue Reading →

Christmas Trees and Gasoline

Hope everyone is having a nice holiday break. I just wrapped up this year's birthday list, a few days before #47 begins. Allen and I were in Concord yesterday, so we stopped by Verrill Farm. The farm has been in existence for more than 100 years. Amazing. The farm stand was delightful. The produce was... Continue Reading →

Some Sweet Bread

I don't remember when I first heard about the sweet bread that is baked by monks at a local monastery. It was years ago. I saw the Brookline Monks Sweet Bread for sale at my local bookstore a few times before I took the leap and bought a loaf. It was a leap for me... Continue Reading →

Some Long Hill Magic

A few days ago, we arrived at Long Hill in Beverly, MA, approximately 20 minutes before the property was closing for a wedding. Blast! Long Hill is a public garden run by the Trustees of Reservations. It was owned by an author and editor of the Atlantic Monthly, Ellery Sedgwick, and his two wives, Mabel... Continue Reading →

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