Decisions we don't understand are often not as personal as we imagine.
I'm re-examining how I use my to-do list. Also, I explain how to remove "ummm" from your speech.
Here's a repost of what I am hoping to see from the Marzipan project as a whole.
Teaching materials have to focus on the pedagogy and not get lost in the example.
What do you do when you don't get that job you really, really want?
I think I was looking at Apple's new magazine offering all wrong. It may not be for regular magazine readers.
Often when I write, I go back and delete a sentence here or there. I needed to write those parts - but you don't need to read them.
Two of the most important things about taking time to prepare is that it forces you to look ahead and it engages you in activities that are important but not urgent.
The two greatest lessons I learned in cooking were clean as you go and mise-en-place. Everything in its place. Prepare. Rather than restricting you, being prepared is incredibly freeing.
Pause to let things settle. We see it in the kitchen as well as in our daily life.
My first word of the year is 'Pause'.
I'm choosing evil over good in some of the changes I'm making to this site.
For now, for me, I think even a short post deserves a title.
This year let's make plans - not resolutions.
I lost my voice for several months - I think it's back.
Sometimes we forget what we were going to say.
Celebrating ten years of teaching iPhone and Mac programming.
Sometimes you start using phrases without realizing why.
I asked an audience to read between the lines of Apple's announcements.
Your presentations become part of each audience member's story.
I annotate recipes when I cook. Why don't I do it when I code?
A kind word means so much.