Tag Archives: Life Choices

Pearls Before Swine

Years ago, I applied to Rivoli, a four-star restaurant in Albany, California.  Of course, I had delivered my résumé to several restaurants, but I was very interested in this job, as I had eaten there several times, and it was … Continue reading

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Selling Art or Selling Out?

“Those are my principles, and if you don’t like them…well I have others.” – Groucho Marx Let’s face it: creative types rarely get to write their own ticket. Once you’re finished with that novel, that sculpture, that album, the people footing … Continue reading

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But would you listen?

So, I asked last week what you would tell twenty-year-old you, and got a few answers, here and from other sources.  I am happy to report that most people didn’t come back with huge regrets, and most of the responses … Continue reading

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What would you tell you?

Because of time constraints (Story a Day and writing my entry for Spark: A Creative Anthology, Contest Two, I’m just posing a question today.  I look forward to your answers, and hope to discuss it in the comments throughout the … Continue reading

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