It’s good to have goals. It’s also good to learn from, uh, messing up on those goals every once in a while. (Or if you’re ambitious, possibly more than once in a while.) Two weeks ago, I wrote a column … Continue reading 3+ME: Do’s and don’ts of stepparent staycationing
Aside from talking to humans, my biggest fear about going full-steam ahead in this art gig, is finding humans to talk to. Clients, I suppose you’d … Continue reading If I wasn’t so busy with clients, I’d have time to find clients
Most goals (like a second-grade research project) aren’t actually hard; they just take time Here at The Herald News, we have a scary elevator. From what I understand, it’s the second oldest in Massachusetts, and it took me a while … Continue reading 3+ME: Goals? Take the stairs
At the newspaper I work at, I’m used to fast deadlines and short turnaround times. “When do I need this design done? Today? Sure thing.” That’s … Continue reading Love’s (art) labors lost
“Normal” families see each other every day. But as I wrote last week, blended families … don’t. A lot of things “normal” families take for granted are conspicuously missing in families like mine, where part-time custody means, for a decent … Continue reading 3+Me: Perks of part-time custody (part 2)
J.K. Rowling. Taylor Swift. Johnny Depp. You see their names and you think of one thing they’re known for.
And then there’s me and you.
During my attempt at a run yesterday, I passed an elderly couple jogging together.