Month: March 2020

Unlocking The Door

For the past two weeks, I haven’t gone out much. Actually, I should probably clarify that a bit, because my normal work from home routine hasn’t changed nearly as drastically as most people’s has. What I should say is that I’ve gone out even less than normal. The trips back and forth to school, running …

Mortally Wounded

Well, it was bound to happen eventually I guess. Between weather and not much else to do, I finally succumbed to streaming half my weekend away. However, considering I made it through two weeks of socially distancing before parking my butt on the couch for a large chunk of time, I’m not going to lose …

My New List

As you might’ve guessed from some of my previous posts, I have a curiosity with time management and productivity. That’s not to say that I’m an expert at either in theory or practice, but it’s something I think about a lot and do my best to apply in my life. Part of getting myself into …

A Love-Hate Affair With Time

There’s more time than life. Old Spanish saying, quoted by Dr. Ken Atchity Time is a funny thing, and I mean that quite literally. As Alan Alda once famously said, tragedy plus time equals comedy. Even if it isn’t the punchline, I’ve heard jokes where the setup is almost as hilarious as the payoff. Which, …

Control

“The problem, fundamentally, was one of control — I had too much of it, over too tiny a territory, and I wasn’t willing to surrender it. You can’t control your way out of control.” Sam Anderson The above quote is from an article by Sam Anderson in the New York Times Magazine back in May …

A New Kind Of Normal

Well, this is an interesting time to be alive, isn’t it? In some ways, it makes perfect sense. We human beings are a rather foolish species – it’s part of what makes us endearing. As we hurtle into the abyss, it makes perfect sense that we’re trying to convince people to wash their hands thoroughly …