Here’s a thing you can do. Danish Modern Design is a style of furnishing and interior design that became a part of pop culture in the 60’s. I mostly know it from Mad Men and the waiting rooms of high-end chiropractors. It’s popular right now in Victoria and has been for about seven years. It’s […]
Last night we built a boat. It’s a viking burial-at-sea boat, and we’re going to use it in the funeral for 2017 on New Year’s Eve.
This is a tradition now. It’s traditional because I said so, and people agreed, and that’;s how a tradition starts. […]
I was impressed with my coworker the other day. At Japan Camera, we sell cameras once in a while, but more often we print out pictures of kids with Santa, family snapshots, calendars and festive mugs. Ben, the boss, shows up for a few hours a day, and Sue is my main coworker. Sue has […]
When I started investigating how to move to Denmark, I gave myself a deadline of 6 months to my date of departure. That’s not because I needed 6 months to get ready, but because that’s how long I thought it would take me to fill out the visa form. Reading government documents is hard. I […]
I worked remotely this year. It’s interesting. The flexible schedule and workspace is great, but the lack of interaction with your co-workers leaves you questioning yourself and your sanity. Communication has to be very proactive – you can’t wait for someone to check if you’re having trouble or need something to do, you have to […]
In a conflict, it’s easy to lose sight of the fact that identity is fluid and constantly in motion. Some parts may be fixed, but others are negotiable. However, when your identity is threatened, you hunker down in self-defence and think of it as a single, immutable whole. You demand that the other party agree […]