It’s Right There

I’m in the kitchen, above the sink, washing my hands and I turn around to reach for the paper towel. But I saw none in the usual place, I assumed there was none left. Thoughts began to fill my head, “I hate when we run out.” Now I’m walking feverishly throughout the house looking forContinue reading “It’s Right There”

I’m Not Sure…

  I was asked recently what my goals were. I said repeatedly, “my goal is to be happy.” I know that might sound simplistic but that is exactly what I hope for happiness and peace of mind. I think last year, I wrote about why I think peace of mind is foundational. It doesn’t preventContinue reading “I’m Not Sure…”

“You have to love your face”

My train approached as I was recording the above video. I wanted to talk to you all about how I’m been lately; confused, anxious and eager for the next stage of my life. I haven’t been writing the way I used to. It’s not because I don’t have anything to say. In fact, I thinkContinue reading ““You have to love your face””

Don’t Wait for Bad to Appreciate Good

Last night, I was watching Keeping Up with the Kardashians. You can judge me if you want but I genuinely enjoy the show, it’s pure genius. ( I don’t care what Kate Couric says) In the most recent episode, the family is on a ski vacation in Montana. It was a great trip, the usualContinue reading “Don’t Wait for Bad to Appreciate Good”

I’m On My Way to Who I AM

  Image Credit: Life has a way of always keeping you on your toes; just when you think you’ve got it all figured out, you realize how much there is to know. A few days ago I had an eye injury at work that has kept me away from everything; work, exercise and lifeContinue reading “I’m On My Way to Who I AM”

It’s the Climb

  Recently I have had conversations with friends and colleagues about “getting there.” We discussed the future and accomplishing the things we’ve always wanted. The light at the end of the tunnel is the motivation. But I’ve learned that the path towards the light is equally as important. There needs to be a sense ofContinue reading “It’s the Climb”

Do You!

At what point do you stop looking for approval? My entire life I’ve been concerned with what others thought of me because I wasn’t secure enough in myself. Funny enough, it is when I decided to “deadlock” my hair that I finally began to accept me. It was the most permanent thing I had everContinue reading “Do You!”