A Valentine’s Day Poem

This once-a-year day of love and devotion,
This red and chocolate explosion
It’s a little skimpy if you ask.

Mission Impossible? Four Words That Keep Me on Track

  The technique I use for achieving my goals isn’t original, but it’s so useful for structuring my time, prioritizing what is important, and honing in on my goals, that I thought it was worth sharing. The technique is simply having a personal Mission Statement, an uncomplicated idea that comes directly from Seven Habits of […]

Instead of Resolutions, A New Year Reset

I wasn’t born a list-maker, but this super-power of mine was born on the day when I almost got fired from my first job. I was fresh out of college and since then, Halleluiah. I saw the light and learned the power of breaking down tasks into action items. It’s served me well and this is the time of year when I don’t make resolutions but review my goals.

New England Autumn

Take a journey through the enchanting landscapes of New England in the fall, where nature unveils its most vibrant colors. In this video, I’ll take you on a tour of some hidden gems on #BostonsNorthShore that showcase the region’s true beauty.

Profiles in Solitude

But there is another kind of solitude. Everyone is born and dies alone, and in the meantime, there can be plenty of alone time. Some can feel good, but often, if we are feeling the lack of company, or FOMO (fear of missing out), not so much. When what fills our lives is unbalanced, with that alone time becoming too large, the world can feel like a very sad and empty place.

Getting Over Art School

Four years after creating this video, I am still confused about art, alternating between creating abstract digital art, photography, and painting. Still, I find a lot of truth in this video and am reposting it, in the hope that it may be helpful to others, intimidated by the dogma of their art professors. Please explore […]

J’adore la France

This is a love letter to one of my favorite countries, the culturally rich, geographically diverse, and vibrant France. It’s where the old blends with tomorrow with vision and wisdom. There is a unique sensibility, and from what I can see, an appreciation of the best things in life. Did I mention the food? The […]

Is Group Travel For YOU?

She arrived at the hotel in the morning, three hours before me. She donned her pink and white striped pajamas, pulled the shades, and sprawled on her bed for a nap.