by Robert Gillis
Published in the Boston City Paper, 3/2018
While Op-Ed pieces are by their very definition a personal opinion, I hope you will indulge this oddly self-serving personal piece from me.
Recently I have been doing some soul searching (as part of one of my countless mid-life course corrections). When you reach my age (ahem, mid-twenties, give or take) you realize that your TIME is precious. I’ve been bouncing around the idea in my head of what to stop doing, what to say no to, or, as advised by Henry David Thoreau, “Simplify, Simplify.”
For the last months I’ve been considering stopping the op-eds (no one suggested that but me, to myself) but I began to consider, should I stop doing it? After all, it’s been 22 years.… Click here to read the rest of this post!