Calendars tell stories about our future–both where we need to be at 8:30 tomorrow morning, and what we should be working on over the next year. And they tell stories about our past: how we got here and what we intended to be working on. We’ve put together a series of timelines about the 2020 […]
Feeling incredibly behind lately, I was telling a friend that I wanted to take a couple weeks to set aside the distractions and work hard to catch up. She gave me some excellent advice. She said that sounded good, as long as I spent that time building systems, instead of just “doing work.” She meant […]
I asked him what he used his freedom for since he defended it so assiduously.
Every empire must fall, including the one I have made of myself.
To know a place, like a friend or lover, is for it to become familiar; to know it better is for it to become strange again.