Posts Tagged: time

Porkpie Hat—An Epiphany in the Gallery

I took a mental health day for myself last week and paid a visit to the art gallery.  I arrived there just as it opened, and it was a day of inclement weather.  Perhaps for that reason, I was the only visitor for well over an hour.  Freezing rain and high winds were hurling themselves… Read more »

The Wonderful Malleability of Time

“Time isn’t the main thing. It’s the only thing.” – Miles Davis Here’s some good news for those of you balancing heavy course loads, family responsibilities, work, and who knows what else: Time is malleable, and, with a few small life changes, you can benefit from some of the infinite possibilities it offers. Humanity can… Read more »

The Study Dude—Hard Knocks Hobbies

Are you as crafty as Martha Stewart’s prison-time?  She mixed her hobby with hard-knocks, fetching herbs while roaming prison lawns.  She whipped up gourmet meals for inmates while looking polished in prison stripes.   Spotless cell too, I bet. At work, my office looked messy; my hair, Einsteinian.  My computer screen rimmed with sticky notes, scrawled… Read more »