Tag Archives: pausing

Notes On A Good Week

I’m supposed to be working this weekend, finishing off the cookbook I’ve long promised everyone, but life interfered and I got tired of saying no to life. So I said yes for a bit. Family arrived in town, my cousin I haven’t see in 25 years. He brought his daughter, who I’d never met before, and […]
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Just Like a Cloudy Sunrise

Many a day this winter I have woken to find a cloudy morning outside the glass. I’ll get up anyhow, resolved to walk the shore, and moments later I’m in pants, toque, and a jacket, out the door. Living by the ocean is a gift most of us in this area cherish, but we have to live […]
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Happy? Stopping in the Small of it All

What do we really need for contentment? At what point do our goals cloud “life” itself? How much work is too much work? How much of something is too much anything? How little is too little? There’s no universal answer. The less one can live with, though, the more likely one’s chances of finding contentment. […]
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