I usually write articles and books*. However, in this weird year-of-years, I wrote and sold my first piece of live theater, encouraged and edited by my older daughter. Titled Big Jugs, it has nothing to […]
I go back to this photo a lot. I took it while Traveling at the Speed of Bike in the Krog Street Tunnel in the City of Atlanta awhile ago. A lot is happening as […]
So the Amsterdam-Based social enterprise BYCS just made this announcement, which includes a little Q and A that you may enjoy. Here is an additional media release: Related post: Metro Atlanta Bicycle Mayor Schedule
So, first of all, I finished the “Dunwoody Painted Picnic Tables while Traveling at the Speed of Bike” self-guided tour for you, but that’s not even the story. Something so big (that may seem small […]
It’s Biketober and Team Trust the Journey (back for Year 4 of the Atlanta Bike Challenge!) is now full at the maximum eight team members (Bill, Jeff, Caryn, R Daybell, Donna, Robert, Joe, and me!). […]
I don’t know whether I’m about to start something or finish something, but change is afoot. I feel it in the air.
Reminders are everywhere. As I say in my book, Traveling at the Speed of Bike: Trust the journey. As this mural I passed this week says: Trust your struggle. Bottom line? Just continue trusting. It […]
Today is March Fourth, which usually means march FORTH for me. Assertive action. Definitive movement forward. And yet, I’m spinning my wheels lately. Too much effort for too little impact. And I don’t want to […]