Working in liminal timeframes

nine stories in thirty days of being on the road

“Vissersvrouwen” (Fishermen’s Wives) by August Michiels in front of the Ostend Railway Station, Belgium — photo by flaleman, 2022

The advantage of traveling is that it implies a seemingly endless number of timeframes left “available.” Some of these are quite unpredictable. Others are neatly constrained and delineated. What all of them have in common is their being endowed with a certain pseudo-leisurely quality. There is time to work, and then there isn’t. Think of waiting time at an…

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Francis Laleman

Francis Laleman

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a husband, father, painter, writer, educationist, workshop facilitator. author of “Resourceful Exformation” (a book on facilitation) available from Amazon.