It’s funny how fear can color your memories. Incessant fear has a way of stripping the joy and meaning from your experiences. Fear became my litmus test for whether something mattered, and changing your perspective is harder than it should be.Read More
Being young is uncomfortable, confusing, fickle, and sometimes even gross. However, now at twenty, I can honestly say that shaving my legs, yelling expletives in traffic, and watching edgy television has done nothing to make feel less young. Personally, I just feel like myself.Read More
Trust me, at 31, I would love to group myself in that category of feeling as spry as the days of my teens, but in reality, I don’t. Between my knees yelling at me for doing too much dancing at that one wedding reception and my kids yelling at me because they don’t want to take baths, I’m fully aware that I am not as young as I used to be.
But I remember it all like it was yesterday.Read More
If we want to be better versions of ourselves and better partners in the world, we have to be willing to never stop learning. Whether it’s enhancing skills or picking up new ones, learning keeps our minds sharp and our hearts open. If you want to keep learning but don’t want to lose sight of your budget, here are some meaningful activities you should try to explore.Read More
One morning this past week, a regular at the coffee shop where I work came in, Roger. Roger has quickly become a friend, always up for a good conversation, always willing to offer insight. Nick George, the don of The Listening, Inc., asked me to write about home, what or who it is to me.Read More