Studies in Hope | A CLOSE READING OF THE EVERYDAY
A piece in The New Yorker
I'm so excited to share that a piece I've had on my heart starting around last April in anticipating this year's World Cup has been published in The New Yorker. You can find it here.
The Color of Shadow
"But what a strange and sad thing life is, isn't it? We have to face the fact that nothing we are able to touch is the real consistency we are searching for, while what does seem to us to be the real consistency of the world we are unable to touch. Beati qui non...
Rules for Father’s Day
I wrote this as a note to myself last year. Published this year on Father's Day weekend on Modern Loss.
Published something Easter weekend on HuffPost.
A Letter to Your Future Self
So proud to share this one. My beautiful daughter wrote an amazing letter, and they published it in The NY Times today. What would you write to your future self so you don't forget the lessons you've learned in this liminal space? Here's what she had to say: A 12-Year...
I have doubts.
Early in the pandemic I started to regret my brief foray into minimalism slightly. I still have a small space and like order, but I can understand now why my grandparents and my parents saved so much. I wrote about it and it's up on The Washington Post's, The Lily,...
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