The Man in the Black Trench Coat at the Post Office

PO Boxes

His life was boring. His hair was blond and messy. His doctor told him he was overweight, which may be true, he thought. His girlfriend never called, which he found to be suspicious. His parents never called, but they did call all of his other siblings, and his job had him traveling from town to town. … Continue reading The Man in the Black Trench Coat at the Post Office

Making Small Changes that will Bring Big Results (Eventually)

Waves crashing against rocks and the shore

An Update on Schedules and Time Management A week or so ago we discussed sleep and how annoyingly important it is. In that post I shared this thought with you: ...I am inclined to take another look at my schedule. Move things around (again) and figure out how I can still do what I need … Continue reading Making Small Changes that will Bring Big Results (Eventually)

Never Stop Asking Questions

An endless tunnel

"...just before Ibragim [Todashev] was shot—seven times, in two bursts, including once in the top of the head—he was about to write a confession implicating himself and alleged Boston Marathon bomber Tamerlan Tsarnaev in a brutal triple homicide that took place in Waltham, Massachusetts, in September 2011." - Susan Zalkind, The Murders Before the Marathon Questions … Continue reading Never Stop Asking Questions