An Open Letter to Human Beings Everywhere, in the Wake of Tragedy.

This past week has been a tough one for our country–one of the toughest yet. We experienced one of the largest mass shootings in our nation’s history, multiple other smaller shootings no less filled with hate, and the unexpected and gruesome death of a child. Whenever something horrific happens, we have this instinctive urge to

Loving What Is By Loving What’s Come Before.

I can’t say this better, so I won’t. The details of childhood experiences aren’t mine, but the imprints are the same. The triggers are different, but the struggles are universal. “I’ve come to terms with the fact that I’m broken. Not in a sad way, just in an it-is-what-it-is kind of way. Life happened and

Limited Resources.

I’m always afraid my best work is behind me. This is the fear that holds me back more than any other. It is the subconscious belief that keeps me tethered to a life of scarcity and fear. There is a part of me that always fears there isn’t enough. I’m not enough. My work isn’t

Tapas – Walking Boldly into the Fire

When the weather starts to turn colder and the skies grayer, our internal state often follows suit. This time of year, as Summer turns to Fall and Fall turns to Winter, can leave us feeling sluggish, foggy and closed off. We feel more inclined to seek the couch as a refuge after a long day