Nothing sadder, says my friend Moni, than a neglected blog. Actually, I've been writing, just not here. Struggling with ongoing format issues for my blog at the Capital (if you've noticed, my last few posts there have no paragraphs at all, just a single run-on jumble.) So here's what I've been up to:
Living aboard together in a very small space is, in some ways, just amazing. We're totally in sync with each other's moods, and rarely need to finish sentences to know what each other is thinking. Here in our little winter cocoon of white plastic, we're cozy and happy. At the same time, I explained in a piece for Women and Cruising, (my first!) we have some tricks to keep from getting on each other's nerves and maintain our
Balance of Power ... Afloat
The other wonderful project I've been involved in is the launch of a new website, The Monkey's Fist: Collect Cruisers' Perspectives. It's a collection of blog posts about particular topics related to the cruising/liveaboard life. My first one was a glorious batch of stories from both new and established writers about what went through their heads as they moved aboard.
Moving Aboard: Transitions