Saying It Again: You Can Always Make It Better.

This is the week between the Jewish High Holidays of Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur, so I’ve spent much of the week thinking about the year just passed, and the year ahead of us. There’s lots I want to do in the year ahead, and lots that I know I could do better.

So I sat down to write a post on that idea — that there’s always the chance to do a little better — and thought, “Haven’t I said this before on the blog?”

In fact, I have.

In May of this year, in a blog post about making pizza.

In November 2016, in a post about learning to slow down and ask questions.

In September 2015, in a post about the Jewish holidays and doing better in the new year.

In May 2014, in a blog post with literally the same name as this one.

In April 2012, in a story about Bruce Springsteen.

We can all do better in the new year. But when it comes to this particular blog post, I’ve said it a handful of times already. I don’t think I need to do better on this topic — I think I’ve already said enough!


That photo is of the Centre Pompidou in Paris. It was taken by Curtis MacNewton for Unsplash.