Freedom of the mind Dancing butterflies inside Bring on the swaying
I love to travel, try new foods (both simple and "exotic"), ingest caffeine, and watch political news coverage. Im a big pop culture junkie who isnt afraid to say she loves "In Touch" Magazine! A social marketing expert and psychologist by training who works in the public health field trying to bring a little common sense to it all.
All the world is my television and I like to provide commentary on it.
Adrift in a Haiku Battered thoughts adrift Lifejackets disappearing Applause driving me
The hills of San Francisco are made for biking I went for a great Saturday morning walk from one end of my city block to the other end in San Francisco. My walk was akin to a roller coaster where I went up and down numerous city-street hills. […]
A Puerto Rican in San Francisco Do you know the song by Sting called “Englishman in New York.” It’s a pop Jazz wannabe fusion melody. Admittedly, it is a little catchy but would be wholeheartedly out of place nowadays with its phrases such as “I’m a legal alien.” […]
Everybody’s working for the weekend: Not really anymore Adjustments are never easy. Especially ones of the mind or spine for that matter. These days my life is all one big adjustment. Adjusting to a furnished apartment in a neighborhood that has its sketchy ups and downs, adjusting to […]
It finally happened: I have a pink Taser and I know how to whistle Year upon year, I always put “pink taser” on my Christmas wish list. No one ever gets me one because they are afraid that I would indeed use it. Even more […]
Controlling the nerves even when sad When I got on a plane from New York to Spain when I was 16 I was nervous. I was scared of how I would fit in and how I would make my way there on my own. I boarded the […]
Fear and Loathing in San Francisco Let me get two things out of the way right away. I am a die-hard New Yorker and this is my second time moving to the San Francisco Bay area. When I lived out here over ten years ago, I had […]
Walking the extra hill in San Francisco I like efficient shortcuts as a general rule of thumb. I think most people could agree with such a statement and point of view. “Work smarter” is the hot mantra these days in the workforce circles that is repeated […]
Searching for my new cup I just moved out from New York to San Francisco. I packed two luggage bags and a back-pack. I didn’t bring my whole house and not even 1/20th of what I own. I brought enough to help me get by in two-week increments. […]