The last couple of weeks have been weirdly good. I’ve been: having | daydreaming | making | taking | thinking | starting | reading | baking | crying | running
Every month, I share the articles and sites that I found most interesting. Here’s what caught my attention in February: how to read more, an oral history of the Lost finale, and more.
The last couple of weeks have been rough. I’ve been: adding | trying | shovelling | having | getting | planning | freezing | looking | organizing | starting
I finally started to get my attention span back in the last three months of 2020 – reading better books and watching more movies.
I’ve been so busy lately. I’ve been: continuing | overdoing | trying | putting | wondering | starting | feeling | taking | finding | getting
Every month, I share the articles and sites that I found most interesting. Here’s what caught my attention in January: digital newsletters, five years without Bowie, and more.
I’ve decided that it’s time to retire the ‘Sketchbook’ column as a formal, regularly-scheduled thing.
It’s been a nice couple of weeks. I’ve been: looking | updating | loving | eating | trying | starting | having | getting | pausing | focussing
I’ve had a hard time figuring out my goals for this year, let alone how to talk about them.
I’ve been tempted to just write last year off entirely, to look at the admittedly ambitious targets I set a year ago, the things I still want to accomplish, and start fresh. Pretend that—as far as my personal and professional goals go—2020 just never happened. Go back to zero and start again.
But that’s not going to work, is it?