By Susan A. Kitchens on 10/20/2011
Okay, Okay, this is guaranteed to be the most boring liveblog evar. In the spirit of Occupy a Bank Other than Bankof AmericaChaseCitiGroupWellsFargo (i.e, 1 of the Supremely Consolidated Too Big To Fail banks), I’m making a second attempt to move my money from Big Bank to USAA. I hear all the good stuff about […]
By Susan A. Kitchens on 8/14/2011
“The road to illumination is paved with bad assumptions.” (I coined that. Yesterday. Topic of conversation: Project Management, specifically defining all the pieces and parts of the project. And you know, discovering my assumptions about it. Including the bad ones.)
By Susan A. Kitchens on 6/28/2011
Crossed another item off my bucket list: Go to Yosemite. Specifically, go to Yosemite Valley, the central place of it all. (too many years ago, I backpacked on a trip that went somewhere inside the boundaries of the national park. But that was far, far away from Yosemite Valley itself.) I went there the weekend […]
By Susan A. Kitchens on 2/2/2010
This groundhog day we observe the earth on her circle journey round the sun. Bisected — no, quadsected– by four invisible points: not north, south, east, west, but summer, winter solstices, spring and fall equinoxes. If that were an ellipse shape in Adobe Illustrator, and you’d select Object > Path > Add Anchor Points, four […]
By Susan A. Kitchens on 6/21/2009
By the time mid-month rolled around, the theme for June has turned out to be: Put on your own oxygen mask first before assisting others.
By Susan A. Kitchens on 5/16/2009
Inspired by Mademoiselle Gramophone’s Daily Brain Scan, I offer you a selection of trinkets that I found on my desk, which, when I take them off the scanning plate, will go elsewhere. I think: Who knew that declutter procrastination could be so fun?