I've always loved New York, yet I've only been there once. It was October 1998. A stockbroker friend was scheduled to attend a financial conference at the World Trade Center. I'd mentioned that I'd always wanted to go to NYC, and he offered to let me tag along. I was thrilled. I stayed at the... Continue Reading →
where do dreams go? if i could capture just one from long ago i'd grab hold of its wings and make it so
Memorial weekend a few years back, I was having kind of a melancholy morning as I walked my dog through the neighborhood, until I saw an older gentleman sticking a little American flag in the ground at the entrance of a senior center. I stopped and chatted with Ted, a veteran of the Korean War.... Continue Reading →
Time's a tricky thing, but unlike money in a 401k, it doesn't accrue as the days go by. You use it or you lose it.
Stretching is Good: Why You Should Write About What You Don’t Know
Sometimes when I try something new and don't do a great job, I conclude that I suck at it ... when maybe all I needed was to stretch first.
Freelance Corporate Writing – 5 Tips for Success!
Take heart if you recently lost a job as a corporate writer or you've chosen to pursue a freelance career ... now is the perfect time to seize opportunities.