I have a lot of questions. Many of these are of the existential what-does-it-all-mean variety that I suspect I'll never have answers to. But, for the purposes of this blog, I generally have two big questions that I'm trying to learn more about: 1) What are the ways that nature can enhance our health and happiness? I think we … Continue reading Two Big Questions on My Mind
I've been a bit absent on the blog the past few months, with my recent three-week gap being especially notable. While I've tried writing more regularly in the past, for the time being I've decided to post when I feel inspired to. And, honestly, that hasn't been as frequently lately. One big reason for that, … Continue reading Two Reasons Why I’m Not Blogging Much These Days
I recently realized that I've started my third year of blogging. Happy belated b-day, Bloggy! I started the blog in October 2013 as a place to record miscellanous ideas and travels. At that time, I only had a vague sense that I wanted to write, and was not very clear on the reasons why. In retrospect, the best … Continue reading The Blog, Year 3
I haven't been writing much here lately. One big reason is because I've been writing like a madwoman at work, researching and summarizing every possible tidbit that I can find about how climate change is likely to impact forests in the northeast. It's fun, but it can also be mentally exhausting and I've been short … Continue reading Making an Experience, Not a Commodity
Last fall I started a blog. I was really unsure about whether it would be worth my time and very insecure about putting my thoughts out there. But the idea also appealed to me, so in the spirit of personal growth through discomfort, I committed to trying it for a year. Now I'm nearing the … Continue reading Should I blog?
I usually don't blog from on the road, but that's how it's going to work today. I'm on my way back from a phenomenal forestry meeting in Vermont, trying to work my way home. But due to thunderstorms and various other airline shenanigans, we've been stuck on the tarmac for two hours watching it rain. … Continue reading Delayed: Making the Best of Tarmac Time