I’ve had a draft blog post sitting around for a long time about feminism. It’s not really well written, more just a bunch of disparate thoughts. It starts with how I’ve always believed men and women to be equal in the sense that there is nothing men can do that women can’t and that women […]
Working through problems in public.
I’m discovering that I’m not very good at delegation. This is not good.
New job, new job, new job.
Family, legacy, socks.
A year ago, I was supposed to be a CBC Radio host for a few weeks. Those few weeks are finally coming to an end.
Grief isn’t a zero-sum game.
Compete in a race without training, deliver a speech without practicing. What’s the worst that could happen?
Breaths and stutters might be just breaths and stutters… or they might add resonance and emotion to the words someone is saying.
Yesterday I released an audio trailer for “At Home in the Hood: Stories from Prince George’s VLA Neighbourhood.” It’s a small radio series I’m doing within my regular job at Daybreak North. It’s the first series I’ve ever done, and I’m pretty nervous about it.
I resolve to make resolutions whenever I damn well please, starting with this.
“It’s hard to understand the influence people have on you until 5 or 10 years later. It’s scary to think about what my life would have been like if they hadn’t been there.”
Should I be more reflective about where I am in life?
Cedar’s immediate acceptance of me helped me win over my future wife. She also hated cameras. She was a good dog. I’ll miss her.
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