I’m in my happy place. I have found an hour, just for myself, to turn my brain off and just be. Just veg. Just read an Us Weekly. Go ahead – judge away. Dosed judiciously, it is one of the most effective (and cheapest) forms of de-stressing. And I’m making great progress. Until I see … Continue reading How a bullshit print ad made me own my choices.
It hurts. Like physically. It’s been 4 days away from my girls and as I am surrounded by other people’s kids in this cafe, I physically feel the distance between me and my babies. Like a gravitational pull that draws me north but that I cannot obey. It’s temporary. It’s for an amazing opportunity. I’ll … Continue reading Feeling the painful distance of every mile
Do you believe that certain people are meant to come into your life and change everything? I do. Because it’s happened to me. And I don’t mean like the big ones like my husband or our kids. I mean everyday people that you don’t ever imagine could have the ability to make such a big … Continue reading thanking my stars for bringing this person into my life.
I feel like I’m in a living time machine. Each week I spend part of my week in San Francisco, Seattle and Vancouver. And it feels like living in the future, the present and the past, respectively. San Francisco has a dream, a mirage, a too-good-to-be true sort of quality to it. As soon as … Continue reading traveling in time on the West Coast