I thought that the article itself was ok, though it was tough at first to identify with a food critic for a magazine. But what really stood out for me was how he said that he was constantly writing and creating in different ways throughout the entirety of his day. For example, on page 26 he said:
"I speed or run an aging yelllow light or don't come to a full stop, and a nanosecond later am explaining to imagionary cops exactly why i ahd to do what I did, or insist that I did not in fact do it."
That sticks out for me mostly because I always find myself doing the exact same thing. At school I would sometimes worry after a test that my teacher would accuse me of cheating, so I would start running through my mind the exact times periods I studied, and double checking the lists of people who i had studyed with so they could back up my story. I would run through exactly what to say to my teacher, how to say it, as well as what i should not say to avoid incriminating myself. Of course, some people call that being paranoid, I like to think of it as creativity and preparedness.