by Tania Carriere

November 27, 2021

The street is deserted, I cannot see anyone.

Sure it is off season, but still, where are all the French?

I have wondered this for the last few days, stepping out of my little apartment for a quick break, a few minutes after the noon bells, and am greeted by closed shutters and empty laneways. The shops are dark, I save my errands for the next day.

I am confused. I am here in the small villages of… READ MORE


by Eric Alan

November 13, 2021

Legends of a mythical “Fountain of Youth” have been around for thousands of years. They manifest in the words of the Greek writer Herodotus in the fifth century BC; in the 16th century travels of Puerto Rican explorer Juan Ponce de Leon; and in modern advertising touting various liquids and medicines as aging reversals. The legends have a timeless persistence that our individual bodies do not.


Neither… READ MORE


by Tania Carriere

October 24, 2021

My list of to-dos has gotten out of hand. There hasn’t been a day in the last few months where I’ve crossed everything off the list. The overwhelm is, well, overwhelming. I am splitting at the seams.

I’ve been reading about the start-up world where “minimum viable products” are released to clients early on to engage quickly so that important learning and relationships can develop. Instead of aiming for a final… READ MORE