It’s been a long time since I updated you on the potatoes in my life. I aim to fix that today, with the following short tale. Read about it here »
What makes a person unique? It’s more than just their hair, but we can start here and work our way through all the details. Learn more about what it means to be unique. >>
I went to a party in February. Of course it wasn’t your average party, or I wouldn’t be writing about it. It was put on by a friend of a friend, and should have come with the warning, “Be careful what you wish for; you might get it!” It was a “Vision Board” party, which… Read More »
That’s what I said to my friend yesterday, as we talked about the difficulty of being an adult.
We realized that nothing about growing up seems fun or exciting, now that we’re here doing it. Instead, adulthood is more like work and chores and making difficult decisions in hopes that it will pay off in the future. << Click the Title to read more >>
There will never be another you. Your life—YOUR LIFE—has significance. YOU are important. YOU have something of value to offer the world, and the rest of us are missing out if you do not completely show up in your own life. Why not embrace who you are and start living a life that truly reflects you—your habits, thoughts, emotions, feelings, and ideas. How? Click here to learn more about how to be unique, be authentic, and be yourself >>
Spoiler Alert: The answer is yes. Click here to find out how >> It involves a long invigorating story.
I didn’t know I was different. I grew up looking, behaving, feeling like everyone else. Well, yes, at some point I figured out that all of us in the “tribe” were different—we didn’t drink or dance or go to the movies. We didn’t wear make-up or pierce our ears or dye our hair. What changed? Read more >>
So many times I have found myself feeling dissatisfied with my life and circumstances, wondering how on the surface things could seem so good, but deep down feel so wrong. It sucks! Have you ever been there? How do you change yourself? >>
Everyone messes up. But they also spend a lot of time pretending that they don’t. (Fine-tuning, we call this—or editing—or practicing.) Click here if you’ve ever messed up and want solidarity with other people >>
Dear blank page,
I’m tired of looking at you, wishing you would be less glaring white, and more full of text. I plan to…[what?] Keep Reading >>
Click to watch a video of my “Pecha Kucha” style presentation about writing a novel in 30 days. Learn more about the writing process of such a challenge and what you gain from it. Also find out from observation with “Pecha Kucha” means. Continue >>
A family trip to Nicaragua is just the thing to get to know each other just a little bit better. While no heretofore unknown secrets were revealed, the trip did highlight a few of the differences and similarities between my family members and me. Read More >>