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These days we spend a lot of time, in our lives and in our schools, trying to figure out how to focus. From what I can tell, we seem to be very worried that our multi-tasking and multi-media are going … Continue reading
One of the questions that people like me get asked a lot is where do you get your inspiration? But, as soon as I tell people that my dad is an artist, they nod and give you that look like, … Continue reading
Every month I run about 100 miles. 100 miles! 100 is a magical number, isn’t it? I only started running, though, about 12 years ago. Last week I realized that this means I have finally been running for as long … Continue reading
Writing is just talking on paper. I don’t remember where I first heard that line, but I have been using it in my writing workshops ever since. I also tell people that I don’t believe there was one single report … Continue reading