That might sound crazy. And maybe it is? But when was it? Have you ever? Have you ever stopped to show some gratitude for the thing that carries you around day in and day out? As a woman, we are always being told that we are too fat, too fat or a combination of the… Continue reading When was the last time you thanked your body?
As I was flying to England this past Christmas, I watched the short documentary Out of Many, One on Netflix. It is the story of US residents in their journey to American citizenship. Immigrants from Venezuela, Colombia, China and Mexico meeting to study for their citizenship test through the art and artifacts of the New… Continue reading Out of many, one.
I will claim that my friends are the greatest in the world! I'm sure most people would, but I am sure of it. I am so fucking blessed to have a collection of very best friends, or as I refer to them soul sisters, spread across the globe. I call them soul sisters because their… Continue reading Soul Sisters: A Love Letter
P.S. There are no other stories. Sorry to disappoint. So, it wasn't my first time in a counseling session. Nor will it be my last, I'm sure. But I decided recently after the past 2-4 years as I have fallen down each and every pothole life has thrown at me, it was probably time to… Continue reading Today, I went to therapy and other stories.
The addiction to videoing, photographing and live streaming is a straight up shun of the present moment. I spent years photographing every thing I did. Videoing every gig. Taking a photo of everything I ate. You know what I remember of those moments? Very little. I was so obsessed with taking the best photo, finding the best lighting or holding the best smile that I really missed out on the actual moment. I didn't realize that by focusing on that tiny screen I wasn't focusing on me, my friends and each glorious moment I was hellbent on capturing forever.
For anyone that has ever known me, you know traveling is my thing. It is the thing that sets my soul on fire. Every time I travel I find out something new about myself. Something I needed to know or something that changes my perspective in an unbelievable way. I urge everyone, young and old,… Continue reading Travel, far and wide, with an open heart
We have this tendency in life to see who we are, our character, as set in stone. Like some unchangeable concept of individuality. Over the past 2 years I have become less like 'me' than I have ever felt. That is, less like the me I had always fought for. The me I felt like… Continue reading A little less like “me”- A shift in perspective