Ain’t nobody got time for that!

I’ve always had a complicated relationship with super-productive people. You know the wake up at 5am, take a run, meditate, meal prep, start work early, cook nutritious dinners, complete a 6-step nightly skin care routine, check off their daily to-do list and still remain uber-cheerful type! On one hand, I admire what they can accomplish… Continue Reading →

Rediscovering a Taste of Home

They say you can never go back home again. Maybe it’s true and maybe back there isn’t a place we want to return. However, I believe home is where the heart is. And the key to the heart is through the stomach! As I find myself spending more time where I grew up, I’m reconnecting… Continue Reading →

Pandemic Premiers: Remembering the First Time Again

Florists prune flowers to optimize their growth and beauty. Farmers burn their fields to help new crops thrive in a fresh environment. The act of discarding the old and starting anew in order to flourish is part of the cycle of life. It’s also one way to view the collective pause and reset we have… Continue Reading →

The Mis(sed) Adventures of a Mediocre Millennial

Few people make those top 30 under 30 or 40 under 40 lists. When I recently got an email from my alma mater requesting nominations for one of these elusive awards, I felt a bit triggered. Not everyone is recognized as a shining star at work, in their family or on a public stage. Many… Continue Reading →

Creativity & the Myth of Originality

Does creativity have a formula? If so, would originality be in the equation? Mark Twain once said that no new idea truly exists. However our culture values innovation, progress and the next new, shiny thing. I, like Mr. Twain, question the necessity of originality when it comes to creativity. It may be important, but it’s… Continue Reading →

The Upside of Envy

How could hearing good news set someone down a spiral of despair and self-pity? Well Suitie, when the good news isn’t for or about you, it can be quite easy! Several weeks ago, two friends told me they were starting new jobs. Another shared spicy details of a new romantic tryst. Someone else recently closed… Continue Reading →

Finding the Missing Peace

The human experience revolves around habits. We struggle to create new ones and fight to break old ones. Sometimes we revert to those that are not so good for us and lack consistency to continue those that benefit us. Our innate need for rituals, routines, and structure is often in tension with our love of… Continue Reading →

The value of a diversified friendship portfolio

If variety is the spice of life, then friendship is the sugar! I recently read one article and another about an 80-year Harvard study about happiness. Research touts the beneficial effects that social relationships have on our happiness, health and longevity. I grew up witnessing my parents placing value on strong social networks. From my… Continue Reading →


Something went wrong. Please refresh the page and/or try again.

Follow My Blog

Get new content delivered directly to your inbox.

A Website.

Up ↑