Everything is phases

I realized about a decade ago that everything happens in phases. This may come across as old news to some — “the only constant is that everything changes”, as the saying goes — but that fact seems to hit me at particular times that stand out as a clear shift in something. I was at…

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What I read this month

A short list this month. In fact, scratch that. A non-existent list. September was, for one reason and another, a month when I got zero books or graphic novels completed. Big ol’ goose egg. I’m still reading Rebels by David Liss, which I had just started at the end of August. But I’ve only been…

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What I read this month

It’s been a busy month at work, so I’ve gotten to read less than I had hoped. Which, mind you, is pretty much par for the course any month. So it goes with we frustratingly slow readers. ReadThe Millennium Bomb – Ricky LimaThe Gentle Art of Swedish Death Cleaning: How to Free Yourself and Your…

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Read this book

A needed background primer on me and clutter: I’ve long had a mixed relationship with housecleaning, in that I a) don’t do it remotely often or thoroughly enough, yet b) really appreciate when it’s done well. I find, and I know others do as well, that a cleaning so deep as to not merely dust…

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What I read this month

The shine of diving head and feet into new, unknown graphic novels wore off a fair bit this month when the handful of recent ones that I picked up at my local library turned out to be less interesting, or something I didn’t care to read just yet. One tightrope a graphic novel walks is…

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