Seeing the world in a different way doesn’t have to mean leaving a familiar harbor.
Before I was born, my parents went to Europe for a summer driving holiday with my brother (age four) and sister (two and a half). Family lore has it that my sister refused (loudly, and with terrible-two certainty) to use a French toilet because she
Summer’s joys are the same year to year, though the specific challenges vary.
Steering a completely different boat in a race turns out to be a lot of fun.
An international regatta just ahead of the July fourth holiday brings perspective about the stars and stripes.
Like sailing, books allow us to dive into a completely different world.
Two books read back to back remind me of the importance of formatting—and telling a good story.
Even editors like me need to hire another editor for a glimpse of what could be on the page. Here’s why.
How proper hydration helped us win a regatta.
Transcribing an interview demands both accuracy and efficiency. Should you DIY or hire a bot?