Bamboos, cherry blossoms and a baby boy: Throwback freshness While I live in my time-zone limbo, I have been waxing nostalgic for some of my travel times of yore. This will be the first spring recess (break), in a long time, that I do not travel abroad with […]
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.
The still air is no match for a six year old boy Luka, unlike his parents, seeks wild adventures and people connections. There is no kid, adult, or forest he fears approaching. As far as psychological temperament goes, he is most assuredly securely-attached. Breastfed until 16 months despite […]
It is 7am: I am an odd duck in San Francisco Over ten years ago I lived in California. Northern California, mind you. As you may very well know, northern versus Southern California are completely different. The vibe, the dress, the people are all different. I […]
What is it all about? Frankly, Mr. Shankly I do not know. Why did the Smiths have to implode by the way? Ah, yes, because Morrison is an ego-maniac. But gifted singer and songwriter. You may not who I am talking about but in my life’s book, The […]
For they are all petty little clowns ‘ When I stop for a second I can hear the silence It’s not as comforting as others claim I watch the dark movie of life in suspense My heart drums my ears in disdain Silence, it pierces the unsettled mind […]
Living in time-zone limbo The last five weeks have been a bit surreal for me to the point that at times I feel like I am in the television show Lost. I now shuffle between San Francisco and New York; flying out every two weeks or so to […]
The super power of understanding that context is everything I do not fear truth. I welcome it. But I wish all of my facts to be in their proper context. Gordon B. Hinckley Context is everything. And I do not say that just because I am a […]
We are a layer of walls As a frequent traveller, I love walking the city sidewalks and photographing all that my eye and camera can catch. For me, the walls and the graffiti and murals that adorn them are of grand interest. Everywhere we go there are […]
The Psychology of being Frankensteined in the workplace A few weeks back I wrote a letter to the new me. Have you ever seen the television show the “adventures of old Christine?” See Christine’s ex-husband remarries and his new wife is named Christine. The new Christine […]
Strawberry Shortcake: Like Mother Like Son As I walked past the tourists waiting to board a San Francisco Trolley, I saw many of them (despite the fogginess) holding onto their ice cream cones. I did a double take when I saw a little boy with a cone […]