On revisiting good things (and people, places)

I ordered Chinese food for lunch yesterday, and my fortune said Good news will be brought to you by mail. A few hours later I was headed out to pick up some things, and when I checked the mail, there was an envelope from a friend overseas! Inside was a beautiful double-sided card, collaged with all… Continue reading On revisiting good things (and people, places)

On Writing, Part II— Writing is not just for writers

Writing is one of the best ways to sort real emotions from troublesome nonsense. I first experienced this via The Artist’s Way, and what the author calls Morning Pages. After a few weeks, your notebook is transformed— it's a spiral-bound bullshit detector; a college-ruled catharsis.