What’s in my room?

A number of years ago, I went to my friend Kris' piano recital.  I had known her for years, but till then, had never seen play.  We were the kind of friends who went on trips, celebrated Thanksgiving and had each other on speed dial. After I saw her perform I said to her, “it … Continue reading What’s in my room?

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Have We Reached Peak Greed? A Review of Dark Money, by Jane Mayer

TLDR: Humans and animals on this planet are doomed if we don’t understand the impact of Dark Money on our political systems. The 80’s are back, or maybe they never went away, at least in regards to greed. Gordon Gekko may have said “greed is good” in the movie Wall Street, but were we supposed … Continue reading Have We Reached Peak Greed? A Review of Dark Money, by Jane Mayer

Riding that Horse

Lately I've been feeling something missing from my life. It's an element of fun, mixed with mastery; a possible money pit that could become a side gig. What I need is a hobby. Usually this is what you say to someone who's being destructive and would benefit from a little re-direction (hey Jared why don't … Continue reading Riding that Horse

Originally Novel*

As someone who identifies with being creative, the book Originals: How Non-Conformists Move the World by Adam Grant, seemed super relevant. In some dusty crevice of my brain, I knew I had read it before (it’s on my kindle), but I remembered almost nothing. I think that there’s a lot to be said about reading … Continue reading Originally Novel*

Who Am I?

Who am I? It’s the pivotal question Jean Valjean asks of himself in the musical Les Miserables and the first question you’re probably asking yourself if you don’t know me and are reading this blog for the first time. Let me introduce myself. My name is Loey Werking Wells, and I’m a writer who’s written … Continue reading Who Am I?