Tag: Thoughts

On being a loser.

“The art of losing isn’t hard to master; so many things seem filled with the intent to be lost that their loss is no disaster. Lose something every day. Accept the fluster of lost door keys and hours badly spent. The art of losing isn’t hard to master.” – One Art by poet Elizabeth Bishop…. Read more »

On the Giving of Thanks.

There’s nothing like morning’s fleeting stillness for committing thoughts to words. I barely ever get to enjoy that space, but there’s no more perfect time that right now to reflect and appreciate, even for one moment, how much there is to appreciate. The basic act of thanks is what makes this my favorite holiday hands… Read more »

I'm like a busker, kind of

I guess by pardon the dust I meant pardon the silence too, jeepers. I’ve been in the weeds since last Wednesday, helping code two different websites, designing another, revising logos for two different clients, and prepping to go to Portland (!!!) on Wednesday. But I want to talk about the graphic that went into the… Read more »

Why We Have Fewer Women Leaders

I’m no stranger to TED talks, but this one is by far the most incredible one I’ve seen. Given by Sheryl Sandberg, COO of Facebook, it goes hand-in-hand with a similarly incredible piece on her in the New Yorker. It’s the best and most honest view of women’s roles in the home and workplace that… Read more »

In Sum

Things that happened: + 7 blog posts (8 including this one) + 41 tweets + 17 new twitter followers + Emails I didn’t count, because I’m not sure I want to quantify that. The unread count is all that matters there anyway. + Hosted out-of-towners (hi Pops! How’s that sofa bed treating ya?) + 4… Read more »