A quick update for those of you who follow my blog: Just about every day I think about how I want to write a blog post, and then something comes up. We’ve all been there. We keep saying we’re going to do something, but when we don’t make it a priority, it never gets done.
As I write more stories for work, I’ve found it harder to keep up with my blog on a regular basis. I’ve had a lot of visitors in town, and I’ve been training for a half-marathon, which has taken up a lot of time. The less “me” time I get, the less likely I am to write outside of work.
Despite the craziness of life lately, I’ve been thinking a lot about the next few personal essays I want to write. A new memoir by one of my favorite authors, Geneen Roth, has really inspired me. The book, called “Lost and Found,” talks about food and money, and how the two are inextricably linked. The book has made me think a lot about loss as it relates to food and money, and about the concepts of hoarding and hiding. And it’s made me realize things about myself that I never had before. I plan to write a related personal essay, as well as others, in the coming months. In the meantime, I’ll post when I can, hopefully more than I have over the past month or so.