I think the saying goes, "You never regret what you did do... only what you didn't do." Or something like that. Or maybe I am making that all up. Yesterday was my last day in Argentina and it was a bit rainy, so we decided to sleep in a bit, then check out the Teatro … Continue reading No Regrets
"There is a trip coming up here very soon- a very good trip. And I feel once you come home from this trip, you need to make the changes in your life that you want to make, because you’re not happy. You’re not happy, not satisfied content with where things are, you want to make … Continue reading Just The Trip
Just the fact that I mention I have a 'diet' probably sounds ridiculous to most of you who know me in person. In fact, I went to the doc the other day and when they weighed me- somehow (with shoes on), I weighed four pounds less than my last visit. Which is kind of nuts, … Continue reading My So-Called Diet
I think just about everyone in these United States, who is also on Facebook, has been bombarded the last two weeks by amateur political commentary. So is this post about the leadership the world needs now? No. And the rest of you, how many of you had that song pop into your head with this … Continue reading What The World Needs Now….
As you know (or don't know) I am destined to retire early off of something creative that I do (see my about page). As a result, I started this blog, to get those juices flowing. I've also started sewing again, making yoga straps and bags on the weekends for Lost & Found, and signed up … Continue reading The Quest of the Right Brain
I'm going home four times between now an the end of the year... starting with a quick trip this weekend. Home/fam is in Seattle, WA. If you've never been to The Emerald City, here's a recap of what I see every time I go home (and yes, I ride a ferry every single visit). I … Continue reading Seattle.
I think we all grew up thinking that Disney movie messages were just bull-shiz. Like, really, princesses? Like you have a clue about the real world? Oh yeah, little cricket, seriously? Wish upon a star... yeah right. Little did I realize just how jaded my little six-year-old heart had become. Mr. Disney and company spoke … Continue reading 10 Disney Song Truths
I get a lot of material from this blog through my everyday activities, interactions, news stories, and Facebook posts I come across on a daily basis. I take it all in, and on my morning dog walks, I start thinking about the topic that is most inspiring or bothersome or enlightening for that day. Since … Continue reading Mirror, Mirror
For days and weeks I would walk into the lovely Green Yogi yoga studio in North Manhattan Beach, CA. And for days and weeks I would admire the gorgeous handmade malas wondering if I should buy one. But each week, mala after mala would be sold to someone... and although so beautiful, none of the … Continue reading Mala Mala Beads, Y’all
Another 2 in 1 post. First up- Pitting a Cherry- the elegant (and gadget-free) way. How do you get that pesky pit out of the cherry? I've seen paperclip methods, gadget methods, messy methods, but I think this method from Food 52 might be the cleanest and easiest. Kitchen Confidence - Courtesy Food 52 Hacking … Continue reading Pop the Cherry