The other day, I spent a few hours working in the yard, and it reminded me of the summer I worked on a farm. We drove tractors, herded cattle, and yes, I was a technically a cowboy and proud of it.
I’ve been keeping a daily journal for more than 15 years. It’s all I can do to keep from going all existential when I finish one and start with a clean slate.
Differences cause tension and expectations fall short. How long do you stay loyal? Do friends outgrow each other? What will you do when it happens? *Republished on RELEVANT Magazine Years ago, […]
The past couple years surfaced more uncertainties than I had expected at this point in my life. Careers were supposed to have linear trajectory, right?
*This article was picked up and republished by RELEVANT Magazine. Read it here.* We will do almost anything to avoid suffering. Including abdicating responsibility, ignoring reality, blaming others, or outsourcing […]