I found myself standing alone, in the rain, in Mexico. The temperature had dropped and the muggy air broke into a tropical rainstorm that brought cool air and a drop in pressure. The rain itself, however, was warm. My plan … Read More

Afraid of Being Afraid

This article came across my inbox today and it caught my attention: http://www.ozy.com/acumen/the-science-of-fear-and-facing-it/   I don’t really care that Samsung has a new piece of technology out to combat the science of fear (though that’s kinda cool, I guess). What interests … Read More

Actual Reasons I Love Local Business

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I’ve recently gotten into all things fermented around here–no, I won’t be offering any homebrew anytime soon (though a friend of ours does!) but I have been experimenting with sourdough starters, kefir and I’m playing with the idea of making … Read More

Another look at ‘Burn Should’

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http://observer.com/2016/02/imagining-your-future-projects-is-holding-you-back/ So this article showed up in my inbox today thanks to the wonderful Austin Kleon newsletter I subscribe to–and it definitely resonated with me. The idea that the time you spend thinking about how cool something is going to … Read More

Burn Should

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So this is something that I’ve been thinking a lot about lately–mainly because I have been talking to so many people about what it means to be a working artist and how we can convey what goes in vs. what … Read More

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