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  • The Midlife Millennial: Coda

    Last week, I posted an article on “The Midlife Millennial”–an homage (or so I intended) to a generation that has been much maligned of late. In the article, I defended the generation as being one of the most idealistic, creative,… Read More ›

  • The Midlife Millennial

    Millennials get a lot of crap. If you believed everything you read, they’re lazy, entitled, beard-growing, ping-pong playing, little snots with their heads in the clouds. This may be true. But it’s just so easy to slam a whole generation… Read More ›

  • On Being Authentic

    What does it mean to be authentic? Okay, all you eye-rollers, cut it out. Seriously, what does it mean to be authentic, and why has it become such a flash point in public discourse? This word, authentic, either resonates or… Read More ›

  • The Four Tendencies

    “According to your answers, your dominant tendency is ‘Rebel’” Wait, what? Moi? Surely not. I see myself as an ‘Upholder.” A straight up rule-follower. Someone who is disciplined, and law-abiding–a straight arrow. How could the quiz have gotten it so… Read More ›

  • My Happiness Project

    So I just finished reading Gretchen Rubin’s book, The Happiness Project, in which she recounts her year-long endeavor to add more happiness to her life. It’s a quick and easy read, one I recommend to anyone who has a few… Read More ›

  • On Why I Am Not a Poet

    A few years ago, I started going to a local poetry workshop. I was introduced to the workshop by a new friend who was himself an emerging poet. The group was small and friendly, and the meetings were structured around… Read More ›

  • Ras Chaval (Indian Chicken Soup)

    Six parts water to three pounds bones the same bones bent over yesterday’s laundry the same laundry I did a week ago. The same week ago. Ginger-garlic fried to fragrant potency the same potency that lifts the senses, the spirits… Read More ›

  • 5 Journals for Personal Growth

    So I’m a big fan of the journal. I first started to use one some 10 years ago as a way to “think.” My thoughts are often a jumbled mess, and writing is a way for me to make sense… Read More ›

  • Do Something Different

    Every ten years or so, I go a little nuts and challenge myself to do something wacky, something well-outside my comfort zone, something that requires me to push myself, something that makes me cuss up a storm and question my… Read More ›

  • Die Empty – Todd Henry

    Die empty . . . I don’t know why, but this idea really resonates with me. It could be the juxtaposition of living fully with dying empty. It could be the notion of leaving everything on the table. No hold… Read More ›