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November 27, 2015


When I think of gratitude, I’m reminded of this story: There was once a man with one eye who was quite depressed about having only one eye. As he walked down the road, lamenting about his lot in life, he ran across the man with no eyes.  The man with one eye was filled with – Read More –

October 4, 2015


When I started this blog in February 2013, I felt called to write a book but I didn’t know where to start. I did not want to be a writer who did not write, so I used the blog as a way of becoming comfortable getting my writing out into the world. With my background – Read More –

July 15, 2015


When traveling, I often feel some anxiety before the flight. There’s packing, being on time for the car service, arriving at the airport with enough time to check in and go through security to be on time for the flight (and early enough to get bin space!). So many things must be done to make – 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 –

May 10, 2015


The great thing about having your own website/blog is that you can write whatever you want! haha Though I often make more general posts, today I feel like being specific. My mother is love and light bottled up. She’s beautiful, brilliant, compassionate, caring, and beyond supportive! This morning, we laughed about one of my first – Read More –

February 27, 2015


Sometimes I feel that I’m on the road more than I am at home! It is through these travels that I have been fortunate to make new friends and gain new perspectives. It has been my practice to stay in hotels I enjoy (with people I click with instantly), particularly in cities I visit often. – Read More –

January 24, 2015


As I near the final stages of recovery from the flu, I have become a little reflective. It is pretty clear that I had not been getting enough sleep in the midst of traveling and committing to too many things. I set myself up perfectly for being sick. And the flu had an astounding way – Read More –

May 28, 2014


Though I did not have the privilege of knowing Dr. Maya Angelou personally, I feel like I did. Her spirit reminds me so much of my grandmother’s. My amazing grandmother was also very fond of saying, “When you know better, you do better,” and “When someone shows you who they are, believe them the first time,” two – Read More –

March 10, 2014


As I write this post, I feel so happy! :)  It has been so wonderful to be back in LA and spend quality time with friends and family. It’s so hard for me to even believe that a week and a half ago, I was miserably hiding out in a hotel room to avoid being in the – Read More –

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