When Your Friends Get Covid, Cook for Them

A home-cooked meal lifts the spirits of those diagnosed with Covid. Your friends are worth it. When you have a band rehearsal on the books, and your lead guitarist gets diagnosed with Covid, you damn well better do something about it. Lead guitarists are hard to come by – good ones that is – since... Continue Reading →

Your Family and the First Post-Pandemic Holiday Season—Suggestions

We’re diving straight into the holidays season for the first time in two years. Despite the love you share with your family, stress represents the number one side effect—some suggestions on how to manage gatherings that will make it easier on everyone. This week may represent the first time you’ve hosted a formal holiday since... Continue Reading →

Confessions from a Job-Hunting/Quarantining Dad

A Father’s lengthy job hunt dovetailed into the Springtime-Covid quarantine. The result - habits and concerns that do not equate to normal behavior. At a certain point, after you job hunt for ten months and then spend the next eight working from home, you are hit with a moment of clarity. You are not the... Continue Reading →

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