June 26, 2015


The world is vast. Our perception is so often limited. Having options is a wonderful thing, but sometimes it can be overwhelming. Should I stay or go? Should I invest in this or that? Will this decision result in a loss or gain? If we first take a breath and then take a step back, – Read More –

May 27, 2015


Life has been busy. Working on various projects, traveling, finalizing my first book (more to come on this! :), and striving to make time for friends and family has taken a toll. I find myself making lists to keep up…and taking less time to wind down. But I remain so thankful. Today is my birthday – Read More –

April 29, 2015


A thousand times I have ascertained and found it to be true: The affairs of this world are really nothing into nothing. Still though, we should dance. – Hafiz   I read this poem last weekend in LA…and days later, I am still thinking about it in San Francisco. There is so much happening in – Read More –

April 15, 2015


I am thankful for the friend who asked me today what was up with my website. Sometimes I forget that other people actually read my posts haha But I remain so thankful that you do :) And so, at 1am, I’m inspired to share a little something ;) After weeks upon weeks of, what I’m – Read More –

March 20, 2015


During my time in Singapore, my new friend Xavier (Chief Concierge at the Sofitel) encouraged me to experience life as a native Singaporean would. Since I’d visited all of the main sites of the city during previous trips, I thought it was an excellent idea. As a Singaporean would, I took the MRT subway (very – Read More –

March 18, 2015


I am considering the importance of perspective from my hotel room in lovely (but very hot and humid!) Kota Kinabalu, Malaysia. I think that life largely gives you what you expect. If you are expecting a difficult situation, full of conflict, that is often what you will receive. Alternatively, if you view the situation as easy – Read More –

February 15, 2015


There are three types of people in the world: One who is like carving on a rock, one who is like scratching on the ground, and one who is like writing on the water. What sort of person is like carving on a rock? Imagine a certain person who is always getting angry and his – Read More –

February 7, 2015


This is a story about how I accidentally (on purpose) met the incomparable (wonderful and beautiful) Oprah Winfrey. (!!!!) Please note: I’m writing this at 2am, so thank you for your kindness and understanding as you read my excited thoughts ;) First, I will just say that I do not think there is any such – Read More –

January 24, 2015


Roy Lichtenstein (1923-1997) was a phenomenal artist, known for utilizing Ben-Day dots — rendered by hand using paint and stencils — to create art that has always reminded me of comic book images come to life. I previously featured another of Roy’s works within the post entitled NO ONE AS BAD AS YOU ;) As it sometimes happens, I – Read More –

December 28, 2014


All know that the drop merges into the ocean, but few know that the ocean merges into the drop. -Kabir This holiday season, I was very fortunate to be able to celebrate with friends and family in Texas. The love was overwhelming and quite special. I remain so thankful. When I ran across this quote – Read More –

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