I do not love writing. I love having written. Writing is something I resist with every molecule of my being. And because I resist it so fiercely, I know this is what I need to do. Because one of the things I really believe is that my resistance to writing represents my fear. My fear … Continue reading I Do Not Love Writing
When two people share their lives, like G and I do, they entrain to one another’s energy and patterns. I zig where she zags, and vice versa, and in this way, day after day, we create a particular kind of “vibe” together, which in our case is fun, exciting and nourishing. So when one of … Continue reading Too Much Yin
The other day I decided to make a meatloaf. I came across a recipe online and bought a pound of grass fed beef and a lot of expensive spices and exotic ingredients so I could try it. It was a pretty complicated recipe for a meatloaf. But I delayed making the meatloaf because my life … Continue reading The Mindful Meatloaf
G posted some pictures on Facebook today. Pictures of dirt. Pictures of the ground. Pictures of people not wearing coats. I don't remember that. I looked in the mirror today and let's just say, I'm not a "winter." My skin is the color of a codfish.. The bags under my eyes could hold my wallet, phone, … Continue reading The Doyen of the Detox
G headed to Wilmington, North Carolina this morning with her team to try to play softball. Today is also her birthday. (She is 47 today. Happy Birthday, honey!) She almost always spends her birthday on the road with her team. She'll be home by St. Patrick's Day though, and then we'll celebrate her birthday in … Continue reading Spring break, Day 1. Boomer and I adjust.
One of the people who really inspire me is James Altucher. He is a bit of a goofball, and sometimes I wish he would stop talking so much, but he is so adorable and he is so audacious in the questions he asks in his podcasts, that he totally disarms his guests, and I am … Continue reading Learn it, Live it, Give it
This has been a very long winter. But surprisingly, I am okay. I am not great, but I am fine. On a scale of 1 to 10, with 10 being overjoyed and 1 being suicidal, I have maintained a solid 7 all winter. This is huge. (This is weird.) This is what has helped. Vitamin … Continue reading How I am surviving this hellish winter