There are few things as American as the work ethic. Some call it the “Protestant work ethic”, connect it to religion, and claim it sacred. That’s their choice, but those people would do good to note: not all that’s worshiped … Read the rest “An American plan for better work: Stop.”
About a year ago, I wrote a response to this article from the blogger M.Blazoned. Her article about family vacations got picked up by HuffPost, and subsequently got a lot of mileage from friends of mine who share my … Read the rest “Still Choosing To Believe You Can Have a Family Vacation To Remember”
My last post was directed to men; recent events in the news suggest that such focus is critical, especially now. It’s not that women don’t struggle with deceit and infidelity of various kinds. But as a man, I feel that … Read the rest “Men: what in the world do you think you’re doing?”
To understand me, you’d have to understand quite a bit about wood.
Life around 2010 for me was mostly about my work and my family. That was all that I thought there was space for. I had just gotten us … Read the rest “Life Is Better With a Hobby”