It’s Hard to See That

I like to think of myself as some kind of writing expert. I post here regularly, and I put forth pithy thoughts on Facebook and Twitter. However, there is evidence that I’m not as expertly as I believe myself to be. In January, I landed a gig writing for a group...
The Spring Training Baseball Season

The Spring Training Baseball Season

A significant casualty of the plague has been the termination of all sports leagues. The NBA kicked it off when Utah Jazz player Rudy Gobert was the first pro athlete to test positive for COVID-19. Four other players soon tested positive. The NBA shut everything down....

Random Musings

Some of my thoughts around the plague, from off the top of my head and other strange places: Productivity I’ve noticed something interesting about my productivity levels. When I was still in the corporate world, mid-day (something like 10:00 AM – 1:00 PM) seemed to be...

The Virus Response

NOTE: This post is a political one. As the plague continues, one wants to stay informed. We have questions, and we want answers. Is the spread slowing? How many people have we lost? How many have recovered? Are those treating the sick doing OK? How is the development...

The Time Police

Undoubtedly you have seen social media posts that call you to action even while you’re on lockdown. It goes something like this: “If you don’t come out of this situation with a new skill, hobby, etc., then you have wasted your time.” Yes, if you are working from home...