Late (summer) better than never.

I’ve been debating about how to use this space, social media, or a potential newsletter. I’ve grown less fond of social media, a newsletter feels a bit too far, and this has been my internet blogging home for the last 15 years—so here we are.

Looking at the last entry, it’s been a minute.

I’m going to share more snippets than long-form pieces for a while, and try to reclaim a habit here that is less dopamine and algorithm-driven than other places.

Below is a list of books that I shared with a friend recently. Many of them I have been chewing on for quite some time.

More to come!



Mark Sayer’s new book

My favorite planner in the last year
One of my top five – pastoral function of doctrine
Augustine – Consumerism
Augustine – Solitude
Letters to a godson on virtue
Webster – articles on virtue
Dallas Willard was working on this when he died, and some students/friends finished it for him.
I am using pieces of this with my kids
This book on digital devices is my favorite right now.



Late (summer) better than never.
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