When I wake up, the first thing I do is root myself in connection to my best, purest intentions. I don’t know what the greatest common good is, but I know that I want to be a contributor. I give a few minutes of focus to being open to that. Some call that prayer, some call it meditation. It’s really just calibrating my compass. Continue reading Are You Worried? Clear Your Head and Enjoy the Work.
Ordinarily there wouldn’t be anything special about this two-egg spinach omelette next to wedges of butter and cheese laden focaccia. Sure, it was finished with black Icelandic salt flakes, and it made a pretty picture. Big deal. What’s significant here is that this was the first thing I cooked for myself at home and enjoyed at a leisurely pace since leaving my last restaurant job,