从这里开始⬇️

从这里开始⬇️

This week, I migrated all the posts from my old blog to this one, and in the process of going through my archives to make sure nothing was amiss, I discovered that, actually, I like a lot of my old writing! So I decided to make a post of posts. It’s like a fund of funds, except I’m not going to come to your Investment Committee meeting and explain what all is in it, I’m just going to share the links below.

Here are a few of my favorite older posts that should give you a sense of whether you’re going to hate-read or love-read this blog:

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Quar是地狱。但它必须是吗?不是我的Instagram.,我们都知道的是真实生活的完美传统!但是,除了开玩笑,我们大多数人在家里度过了很多时间,这是一年的更好的一年,这是越来越老的。

我的朋友,导演常春藤jelisavac.那mentioned that she was interested in reading something about how to have a nice life in quarantine, so I decided to use that as a writing prompt. It’s really hard, all of this—and in different ways for different people—so while I don’t have all the answers, I can tell you what’s worked for me. I’m not going to claim I’m thriving in all of this, but I’m not, like, super miserable, which seems like a victory in these times, which are, as well you know, unprecedented.

这是a ??? - 部分系列的第一部分(我将在未来几周内用数字替换这些问号)。以下是一些想法来开始:

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新年一年2021: Week 1

新的2021年:第1周

I decided at the end of last year that I’d attempt to restart my新年一年1月1日的项目1.即使在Covid-19的影响完全击中各国之前,我也抛弃了去年的尝试,因为我很快意识到它感觉更像是苦难而不是创造性的出口。

我有点觉得我花了2020年底在创造性的恢复中,类似于朱莉娅卡梅隆的东西The Artist’s Wayaims to do for its students. 202 was a long, hard year where I didn’t feel like doing anything creative. In the last couple of months, however, I could feel this start to change. But instead of launching into something big, I wanted to try a smaller, more incremental endeavor. This led me back to Year of New.

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我最近一直处于大规模的Covid下滑。虽然我的心情起来自3月以来一直在下降,但我最近发现一次难以持续一小时以上的人。我认为它终于沉没了我们将在这种方式生活的时间更长时间,而且我已经开始更多地思考,这将在我的生活中实现这一目标。对于许多检疫,我已经能够否认这一切是以个人为我而创伤的。我的朋友或家人都没有死于Covid-19,我没有失去工作,并且在大多数情况下,我很擅长独自一人。

But knowing that my life, or what I thought was my life, won’t exist for another year or so has implications for the future, and it’s been really hard to shake myself from the idea of finality–that this is the thing that will definitively decide which doors are still open to me, and which are closed. Bleak, right? And aside from not being great for my mental health, that sort of fatalistic thinking serves no actual purpose. If I decide I no longer have options, then what? Do I just give up, accept defeat? Stop trying at anything? Lie down on the floor and scream until there’s an effective vaccine? (This option sounds the best, to be honest.)

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在纪念我的堂兄,马特鸽子

In memory of my cousin, Matt Dore

My cousin Matt passed away unexpectedly this past week at the age of 26. I’m very much still processing this. The funeral was yesterday, and I was able to say a few words about who Matt was and what made my relationship with him special. Matt was a talented musician and writer who used art to process the things he saw happening in the world, as well as his own experiences. He was unlike anyone else I’ve ever met and likely will ever meet. It’s a devastating loss for our family, in particular Matt’s adoring parents Peg and Steve and his younger brother Michael. I feel fortunate to have had the chance to spend the past few days reflecting on the important role Matt played in my life, and how those of us who loved him can keep his legacy alive. The text below is the result of this reflection.

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