It seems that’s about all there is going to be for this season. I’ll be back after July 4th. In … Continue reading Now for Spring 2021
I know I said that I would do a 40 Things I’ve Learned in the 40 Years of my life, … Continue reading What I’m up to now for Winter 2021.
I came to this book, and Robertson’s work through Ryan Holiday’s The Daily Stoic and his many books on Stoic … Continue reading How to Think Like a Roman Emperor by Donald Robertson.
The brother of Augusten Burroughs (Running with Scissors), Robison’s book gives a detailed account of what it means to be … Continue reading Look Me In The Eye by John Elder Robison
I’ve been spending a lot of time working on the proposal for my memoir–about how comic books helped me through … Continue reading Thinking in Pictures by Temple Grandin
The flowers are planted, we’re growing seeds, and I’ve returned to the outdoor office. I’m still working on the novel. … Continue reading Current Status for Spring 2021
A quote that floored me recently was from Marcus Aurelius on procrastination: “In your actions, don’t procrastinate. In your conversations, … Continue reading On Routines and Ground Level Productivity
I came to Tom Hodgkinson‘s work through Austin Kleon when he posted Hodgkinson’s The Idle Parent Manifesto. I read it … Continue reading How being Idle is also being a practicing Stoic.
On December 28’s entry in the Daily Stoic by Ryan Holiday and Stephen Hanselman, I noticed a disparity in quotations … Continue reading Stoicism; or how Clark Kent was the key to getting through 2020.
Meggan: My wife. Librarian, musician, most empathetic person I’ve ever met. Author of Get the Job: Academic Library Hiring for … Continue reading A List of Players