Category Archives: Health

Routine in the Apocalypse.

In early May, we performed our climate change show at a big conference — we had the biggest audience so far, and we feel like we also made the best version of the show so far. Now it’s four of … Continue reading

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Revelation & Revolution.

That one-week conference I wrote about turned out to be a revelation. It was the most remarkable collection of intelligent, engaged, involved, passionate, open, curious people I have ever been part of. It’s changed the way I see the world, … Continue reading

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Odds and Ends.

On Friday night, I flirted with a young Italian woman. I hope I can see her again. She’s not the “amazing woman” that I immediately think I will marry, and who then ends up not wanting me. She’s a young woman who’s … Continue reading

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A New Project.

I have a trajectory now. A plan. A purpose. A direction. And that is such a good thing. The Trump election really messed with me. Like it did with many people. And it did one thing in particular: it yanked … Continue reading

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An Overall Sense of Unease and Worry.

It’s Satuday afternoon, I’m sitting on the sofa in the small apartment that I am renting from Drew. Yesterday, we finally finished my first animated cartoon, I had done the sound myself, but he helped me mix and master it. … Continue reading

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Two Milestones and An Old Enemy.

Last weekend, as I was returning from a run in the neighbourhood and walking back to the house, I decided that from now on I was going to refer to myself as an artist. That sounds like a strange thing … Continue reading

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Much Better Now.

Things are finally getting better. I’ve been living full time in Berlin now for over a week. And the pace is slowing down, I feel like I am slowly arriving. My little temporary home is working fairly well for me, … Continue reading

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Rattled.

Yesterday I met a friend. She asked me “How are you?” I thought for a moment and then said “Rattled.” These are weird times. And I haven’t written in almost two months. It’s impossible, of course, to catch up with … Continue reading

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Disarray.

As I returned from my trip, I sent Nana a first message — breaking the silence — from the airport, as I was about to board the plane back. We agreed to have dinner together. When I arrived home, she … Continue reading

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It’s Done.

On Monday of this week, I had my last day of work, at the company that I helped build. A week prior, my last client meeting as an employee. There was a farewell party with the team in Italy. But … Continue reading

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