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.
Every day, somewhere and everywhere in New York City, is street-cleaning day. As such, there are days when you have to make sure to move your car so as to let the street cleaning truck do its thing. It is utter chaos for about 30 minutes. People hurry […]
The last few months have not been great months for me healthwise. I’ve been to specialist after specialist with no definitive findings and relatively little concern from the providers. Empathy fatigue is a real thing out there. However, I will not vent about that any further. Just riles […]
It’s just another day,Where people cling to light,To drive away the fear,That comes with every night–oingo boingo What a day! The amount I accomplished yet not accomplished is both outstanding and staggering on some levels. All day, I’ve also had a ringworm pounding in my head. I’ve been […]
Tick tock, tick tock Goes the heart within the ear. The burning eye runs the clock Causing fear of a tear. Anxiety, panic There is no disco. From sadness to manic With no rum, just pisco. It’s been a hard day Wishing upon a star. Need to play, […]
This has been the winter of my discontent. This has been the dreariest winter storm. However, I have heard that “No winter lasts forever; no spring skips its turn.” While I await the return of spring, I’ll enjoy some comfort food. A good stew. A good bread pudding. […]
According to the Chinese zodiac, the rabbit is known to be the luckiest out of all the twelve animals. It symbolizes mercy, elegance, and beauty. Seems peaceful. Seems nice. I like bunnies. However, for those born in a year of the rat, the year of the rabbit may […]
This was the fun part of travel. While she liked putting together for them loose itineraries, she also was happy to fill in the blanks with miles and miles of walking. They would set out at am and return by 9pm, having possibly surpassed 20,000 steps. And, here […]
Finally, I made it to Friday! It’s been a really long week. Then again, every week feels long to me these days. Here’s a brief wacky news of the week recap. 1. Don’t yuck my yum. Chef Jose Avila has decided to really mix it up and enhance […]
Take a stroll. Ride the subway. Get on the ferry. Hail a cab. Bike the narrow lanes. Whatever mode it may be that you travel through New York, you are bound to be entertained in some way. Every New York city sidewalk holds the potential of providing a […]
The last three years, mired in a pandemic, left the healthcare system in a chaotic state of being. I’ve seen it up close as I’m in the healthcare field. I’ve seen the mass exodus of staff, especially clinical staff. It’s been a brutal slog to address the workforce […]