Last November, within the wild space of three weeks, I was in Portland, Oregon, then Toronto, Ontario, presenting papers at two conferences. Both talks have everything to do with change, social and ecological. Take a listen … and enjoy the photos!
Last month, I gave a talk for TEDxCorvallis at the Whiteside about using brand strategy to change your life. I enjoy giving presentations, but this felt different—a chance to say out loud what I want from my professional life and the changes I’m working toward.
In my last post, I shared my plan for my first week with my new puppy. Now I offer a training plan for weeks 9-12: the rest of an important developmental window in which small efforts can yield lifelong results.
Recently D.C. police conducted an anti-protest crackdown dubbed “Operation Themis.” Read my op-ed in Cunning Folk Magazine about how classical mythology can be weaponized in service to white supremacy, and how this particular goddess flies defiantly in the face of that.
A German wirehaired pointer (the breed that I went with) is not a good fit for a first-timer (which I am), especially not a first-timer who also happens to have a cat and chickens (which I do). I got my …
Two years ago I got a puppy: a German wirehaired pointer. I wanted to bring him up right. Ultimately, I wanted to raise the dog I’ve been wishing for since I was a kid. Now two years in, I’d like …
I find I would rather apprehend the knowable unknowable than attempt to put Logos into words.
Some things are better lived than said.
“Some things are more important than words,” Marigold said to Guy. “Some things only shrink into little shells when you try to describe them.”