I may not know death all that well, but I have attained a level of mastery about grief and mourning lately that allow me to provide some solace.
Self-reflection in the time of coronavirus…
Does anyone else get excited about their birthday… or is it just me? Maybe it’s because 43 was a gargantuan pain in the tuchus…or maybe because I’m going out dancing with my friends tonight, but I woke up this morning with a renewed zeal for life. A pep in my step if you will. It’sContinue reading “the book of life”
In hindsight and foresight, I’ve decided I’m giving peace a chance this year.
And ode to my father, Alan, who in dying, gave me life.
The true story of how one woman applied Marie Kondo’s methods of finding joy to her love life…and what that brought into her life.
In an effort to embrace the art of doing nothing, I wrote out my very first To Don’t list.
Lessons in likability from a reformed people-pleaser.
As we watch and absorb that which can make us stronger, we decide for ourselves whether we want to follow in the footsteps of our fellow badasses or take the simpler path with fewer swear words.
When the cold winds blow, the lone wolf dies and this blog post takes a long and winding road to let me explain what I think I’ve discovered is my life’s purpose.