Tag: covid-19

The Friday Blahs

We have all heard, in some way, about the Monday blahs. There are songs about hating Mondays or about Mondays being manic. Mondays can make or break a week. They set the tone. In that same vein, we supposedly collectively look forward to Fridays. The end of the […]

Still dreaming of Alaska

I love ttqvel. I love immersinh myself within new norms. I love eating new foods. Travel is learning, catharsis and a precious gift. Not everyone can do it or do it often. Which is why certain television shows are so important. I was rewatching one of Anthony Bourdain’s […]

Heroes and heroism: Where are we?

Times have changed. Times continue to change. Where it all ends up, who knows. Society is being reshaped. It’s undergoing a metamorphosis. We are awakening from a moment of stasis. People want to continue this change or so it seems for many. The workplace changed completely this past […]

Tip of the mask

Back in the day people- I suppose mainly men-tipped their hats to one another. That hat tip was served as a sign of recognition, respect, or gratitude. Or sometimes it just plainly was a “hello”. Nowadays, I’m not too sure hat tipping occurs. There was an annual live […]