As they neared the entrance to the tunnel she had this eerie sense of dejavu. She could taste the air and hear the wind. Meanwhile, her bones were acutely aware they had been here before. It was like this dream in which she had lived it all before. […]
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.
Rooted in place Mired in mud Longing to push out Pulling onself up Becoming unstuck is the stuff dreams are made of Run away fast But run towards something Don’t runaway from Set the goalpost Create friction and forward force Becoming unstuck needs to be deliberate And deliberated […]
This past year has been the year of magic for me. And, by that I do not mean that the year has been one of grand delight and awe and sugar and spice. For it most definitely has not been. Instead, I am being a bit more literal […]
I have been thinking a lot lately about the phrase “I’m done.” I wondered recently if being done is an emotion. Most people feel that it is. Some noted it’s a gumbo or stew of emotions. I most definitely know that being done is an emotion. And I […]
A one trick pony is so boring Buck up and get a new routine Find your new inspiration By being open to the twirling forces Ennui can settle in But rise far above when you can There is no other way But to forge new alliances, A common […]
Well, it is 65 degrees in Los Angeles and that is about as cold as it gets. My son, meanwhile, is missing New York with grand ferocity. He misses the cold. He misses the snow. He finds it all refreshing. I am not too sure that I […]
We have entered the final stretch of the year that has been. December has marked the end of the year and the start of wintertime since ancient Romans solidified their first calendar. December can be beautiful when the snowfall first starts. And it can be dirty, mushy […]
It all seemed so mundane. But it wasn’t. It was also all so bland yet tedious. How had life become that way? She didn’t know. But then again she couldn’t feel anymore. She was an empty vessel just like any on that shelf. Except she would never be […]
It is amazing how many people do not think before they speak. I think we are advised from an early age that we should pause, listen and craft our messages. Sure, that becomes more and more nuanced from kindergarten onwards. Some people may not be as tactful as […]
I’m a New Yorker. I don’t drive. I’m a New Yorker in Los Angeles. And, I don’t drive. Yet, I like this phrase I heard recently “I drive my car without the brakes.” Sometimes life feels like we are rolling downhill quickly with no brakes. With no sense […]