Goals for today

This post is simple. Perhaps too simple for these complex times; and written from a place of safety and privilege as I watch and listen to the turmoil of the world. Every day—weekday or weekend, work day or holiday, ordinary day or significant in some way—I hold on to the same goals. These quotidian goals … Continue reading Goals for today

A to-do side list

I am at Sydney Airport awaiting a flight to Melbourne for a few days of thinking and writing together with the Academic Identities project team. I am committing my waiting and commuting time to tasks that are never achieved at work. This list is far too ambitious for a 90 minute flight to Melbourne, but … Continue reading A to-do side list

Thinking and forgetting

I have had a few forgetting incidents in the last couple of weeks: a word (artifact, thanks to Kylie who reminded me twice), names (sorry Adwar!) and scheduling mistakes. Perhaps it is the heat (it's scorching in Sydney right now, with a forecast of 38ºC in my suburb today), age (the oldest I've ever been), … Continue reading Thinking and forgetting