When enough is enough

. 'He reminded us that the ambitions for Starbucks were focused on large and global company growth."   - from Barista to Boardroom recounting Howard Schultz announcing Starbuck's IPO       "I look down the now quiet tree lined street and wonder why it wasn't enough? Why wasn't a record breaking weekend at store... Continue Reading →

The Day I learned how to write

A Red Apron Recipe- practices to keep the mind in writing shape 'I'm now finished with "Back outta the World" and feel good about it. I don't really mean I feel great about the stuff on the pages but rather how it got there. Plus, I had the thought towards the end that I really... Continue Reading →

Why work hard?

"Set thy heart upon the work but never on its reward" -my nieghbor, the HVAC guy I had to ask my neighbor across the street to look at my AC unit last Saturday. I had cut my grass about a hour earlier. Once out of the shower and ready to start writing, I noticed I... Continue Reading →

A plan in uncertain times

         In times of  uncertainty it is useful to remember that better days will come. I had created this  light-hearted post about a year ago. Even though it is self-effacing I am holding myself to it and I am happy to see, upon looking it over now, that year one has been a success for the... Continue Reading →

Wait! Don’t start writing yet…

      Sure, I have novel on Amazon. Who doesn’t? I have been working on the already completed sequeal, prequeal to Tripio entitled Back outta the Wordl. The Pandemic has created serious obstactile to my to my “Glorious 5-Year plan’ to publish novel a year for the next four years. If it weren't that, another challenge would... Continue Reading →

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