If we spend our time complicating things, we are likely to fall flat on our faces. With that in mind, what’s the smallest change you can make on a regular basis that could potentially have a huge impact? It might not look like much, but that’s how it starts. So. Get busy. You can do it. You’ll find a way.
Last night I hosted a play night in my North Dartmouth studio. We were a good bunch. And I flopped a bit. There were several take-aways for both the participants and myself. First thing I’ve observed: People are interested in the theoretical knowledge I have. With this in mind, the activities that I provide aContinue reading “About last night…”
Happy New Year, everybody.I’m kind of joking. And I’m kind of not.This is my new year.This is the second week of my 48th year on the planet. This feels like an important year. Year 48! I’m feeling quite optimistic. Looking back on my 47th year I created two great new things – on top ofContinue reading “Happy New Year – time to play”
I wanted to do something about it And I left my laptop On my desk At my office So… I gave up I stayed stuck The laptop became an excuse I got distracted And forgot About the painful fact that I was stuck I didn’t sit down with a pen And a Hilroy notebook AndContinue reading “The last time I was stuck”