Letting go is hard – unless you know your purpose

Photo by Daria Shevtsova on Pexels.com I woke up this morning to an article about not letting go that caught my attention, even though it typically wouldn't. Cos it had something to do with business, and being most 'un-business-like', I usually skim these headlines and move on. Also, I'm unfortunately a product of this generation … Continue reading Letting go is hard – unless you know your purpose

Reasons why writers write? Same as why not everyone’s suited to a writing life

There comes a time when writers will inevitably ask THE question: Why choose a writing life? I've no idea, and I'm not alone. No less a giant in the literary world than George Orwell himself once said: “All writers are vain, selfish and lazy, and at the very bottom of their motives lies a mystery." … Continue reading Reasons why writers write? Same as why not everyone’s suited to a writing life

Why I began this – a celebration (and reminder) on my blog’s 1st anniversary

Gosh, I almost missed my blog's first anniversary! Can't blame me though; it's been a month filled with anniversaries. My wife and I celebrated our 20th wedding anniversary on the 1st (nope it's no April Fool's joke), and our eldest boy turned 11 on the 8th, inching closer to the potentially tremulous teenage years.  In … Continue reading Why I began this – a celebration (and reminder) on my blog’s 1st anniversary

First 30 Then 31 Now 32 – Reminding us what matters

Yesterday, an interview about my life as a stay-home dad was published online. But this blog post isn't about that (though you are still welcome to read about it here). Instead, it's about another interview. Five days ago on Aug 29, I read a Facebook post about an interview with Andrew Hui, a 32 year … Continue reading First 30 Then 31 Now 32 – Reminding us what matters