Dark, dangerous hearts
I am struggling to forgive a gross wrong I suffered more than four years ago.
Living life after running out of things to graduate from
Upon my younger son’s graduation from college, I reflect on how real life offers no grades and no graduation day, and how to adjust to that.
Changing jobs during a pandemic
It’s hard to get closure when you leave a job during a pandemic because the rules are all different.
Five jobs in six years
I start a new job today — my fifth in six years. I reflect here on why that’s so.
I’m looking forward to going back to the office
I’m starting to look forward to working in the office again.
Too soon to declare victory on distributed work
Working from home is working … sort of.
Juneteenth: are we really woke this time?
On this Juneteenth, a personal reflection on whether anything will actually change.
The surprising benefits of working from home
I am surprised by how good it is to work from home!
I feared I wouldn’t adapt well to working from home
Working from home isn’t so bad, to my surprise.
Few people make real money following their passions, and you probably won’t be one of them
Have you ever wished you could make a living following your passions? Here’s why it’s generally a terrible idea.
I quit my job — the one I started in January. I got a better offer, one I just had to take.
I suppose having my midlife crisis in startup software companies was better than buying a sports car or dating younger women
Now that I’ve been in my new job a couple of months I’m pausing to reflect on what I want out of the rest of my career.