For years, I spent my days plotting an escape from cubicle life. Well, in October, I quit plotting and pulled the trigger. As of November 1, I began voluntarily unemployed or self-employed, depending on your perspective.I plan to do some freelance writing and marketing work, but for now, I’m finishing the novel that I’ve been
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Working full-time and trying to finish my novel might drive me crazy, but it is reinforcing that the writing would be so much easier if it WERE my full-time job.
In theory, I should feel really terrible about the occasional bits of trashy television that I watch. And I do. Apologies to anyone that thinks this is pointless. I can’t defend it, but I also … CAN’T STOP WATCHING! (For now, there’s a caveat to that.)
After going to Paris a few times this year for work and mostly sitting in conference rooms (quelle horreur!), I decided I needed to plan a fun-only trip leveraging the miles I’ve earned.
Visiting California for the Fourth of July, I finally got to see Big Sur. I’d planned a trip a few years ago and then right before I left, lightning struck Big Sur, everything caught on fire, and they closed the highway. This time, I actually made it with my friend Amy, driving from LA to
Just a few photos from Spain. Plus a small complaint: Does the Pamplona airport hire people based on their ability to say “it cannot be done?” I know it can be done, Señor Unhelpful.