This morning, paddling out into a very foggy harbor, I was reminded of the comparison between writing and navigation. In either case, as long as you know where you are and can see what’s just in front of you, you can feel your way, step
The beginning of summer always opens our minds and hearts to possibilities.
Listen up! Our shorelines (and our scientists) are talking to us.
Some people are natural motivators. Here are a few lessons learned from a recent regatta experience.
The slightest change in a hurricane’s track can have a major impact on how it will affect each of us—though our rituals remain the same regardless.
A change of perspective is important, no matter how ideal our every day location is.
Even a tiny water view means a lot, especially when it disappears overnight.
A garden analogy about the joys of planting new seeds—in business and in the back yard.
How I learned to stop fretting in February, no matter how many days it lasts.
Here’s an unusual cure for the winter blahs.