Posts Tagged with ‘curiosity’

Sunday Best – June 12, 2022

Yesterday I introduced a new queen into a beehive. This is always a tricky affair – even if there’s no other queen around, and the hive is at risk of perishing, sometimes a new queen is greeted by an angry mob determined to kill her. Luckily this queen was met more quietly, with a bunch […]

Sunday Best – November 18, 2017

  Distance might make the heart grow fonder, but there’s something to be said for proximity, too. Proximity is not the same as cocooning, when we just stay close to the people and places we already love. It’s getting closer to the uncomfortable things (and people) that we’d just as soon avoid. Beekeeping might provide […]

Sunday Best – July 29, 2018

    The butterfly counts not months but moments, and has time enough.   – Rabindranath Tagore   Summer in New England is precious, precisely because it is fleeting. Sometimes this translates into a crazy-busy approach to the days – we have to go to the beach! the mountains! the concert! the picnic! Yesterday my […]

Finance Friday – March 10, 2017

9.7% Fewer than 10 percent of mutual funds and ETF’s in the US have a female fund manager, down from a measly 11.4% in 2008.  And the US is not alone… only five countries worldwide are over 20% (Singapore is highest, at 30%). Are we under-counting?  Probably not – this data is from Morningstar, which […]

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