My favorite topic to write about is love, partly because love is such a mystery to me. Why do we fall in love with the ones that we do? In the famous words of Charlotte York, do we only get two (or even one) great loves in life? If this is the case–what about soul … More The Magic of Soul Mates
April is National Poetry Month. Confession #1: I love poetry Confession #2: I don’t always understand poetry. Here’s the thing. I absolutely adore how beautiful words look and sound when they are in the form of a poem. There is an eloquence and sophistication to poetry that is rare among other forms of writing. I … More Poetry: The beauty behind the words
So, I made a commitment to myself last year to really try and be proactive about learning new things. … More Take a Risk. Ride the Horse.
I have been on a mad hunt for the past, well, 15 years or so, for pants. I’m 6’1 and have never been able to find pants that are: 1. affordable 2. long enough 3. look good on my body type. I have tried all of the “tall sections” of stores and it seems that … More The Holy Grail of Pants (for tall girls)
I was having coffee with a friend a few weeks ago when I stumbled upon one of the biggest aha moments that I’ve had in a long time. This friend is a brilliant author. His words encapsulate the reader making each page feel like there is a bit of magic sprinkled throughout the paper. There … More Writing Our Stories Into Existence
On this International Day of Women, I wanted to highlight those that have made an undeniable impact on my life and my journey to become someone who the world takes note of. I believe that strength, though innately acquired, is truly learned from those who posses a revered position in someones’ life. This strength, … More The Women That Raised Me
That night, I chose to embrace the small town life. I may not always love it and it may drive me crazy sometimes, but it has awakened my soul. … More Love Letter to a Small Town