I love New York City for many reasons. One of which is the ability to walk everywhere. And, at the moment, I am walking anywhere between 15,000 to 22,000 steps a day. Each day I’m walking to work and I’m loving walking to work. I listen to a […]
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.
We are constantly, as a daily endeavor, being asked to forecast the future. What will the weather be like tomorrow? Will stocks go down? And, no matter what job you may have interviewed for in the past, you were probably asked “where do you see yourself in five […]
Today was a long day with very little sleep. Three hours of sleep as a matter of fact. Just three hours. I was in zombified mode all day. Words were in and out of my brain. Meaning remained at the surface level. Digging deeper wasn’t meant to be. […]
Many years ago, I loved watching America’s Next Top Model. It was one of the “reality” shows that I loved to catch. Perhaps in part because I love photography and I love mixing up styles. What I really loved about the show was the smizing aspect. What is […]
A pandemic can do weird things to a person. Well, it devastates a society and can brutally harm some bodies. And, it can give you brain fog. It can muddy your decision-making process. Can make you jump. Can make you freeze. I also started craving things I normally […]
Last week I woke up one morning completely discombobulated. I wondered what day it was and couldn’t quite figure it out. Luckily for me, both my cell phone and Alexa agreed on the date. That was a start. However, all that day I felt a bit off. During […]
She stood rooted in her spot wondering what her truth was and where she could find it. She stared at the hats wanting to pick a random one and be transported immediately elsewhere. She felt traumatized. She felt pain. She wanted to run. She felt everything and nothing […]
The world was in a tailspin Chasing its head Searching for its heart Gingerly tapdancing to a strange tune Washing the dirt from the edges Peeling off the sorrow And then it stopped
Some may say there’s a lot to be angry about these days. Much to be concerned about. Much to be disheartened about. All of which is true. This year has dealt us a bad hand. We keep pivoting and adjusting. There’s grand hope. But let’s get back to […]
When I walk the city streets of New York, I’m awestruck by all the people who have adjusted their lives so dramatically. People wearing masks, standing six feet apart calmly waiting to go into a store. Calmly waiting to buy fish, candy, or beer. And, that is because […]