It’s day 3,000 of quarantine and I just finished trying to explain to my partner how I’m already having mixed emotions about life returning to normal in a few short-long weeks. Realistically, I’ve been working from home since March 16th. It’s been a weird few weeks. It’s like your starring in your own version of […]Read More Parental Angst and Quarantine
The sentencing came out yesterday in the Harvey Weinstein case. He was sentenced to 23 years in prison. [Insert confetti and clapping hands emoji] As a survivor myself of sexual assault who also went through a (almost two-year long) court case I tend to follow higher profile rape & sexual assault cases a bit more […]Read More Why the Weinstein Verdict Is Such A Win
I have eleven drafts going on my blog. I’ve opened them, wrote, edited, deleted. I officially have, not just writer’s block, but brain block. Spoiler: this post is not sharp-toothed or insightfully written, it’s an open forum to share your point of view with me,if you so desire (which I hope you do!). I told […]Read More Shot.
Here’s what’s making me say: “Cheers, September!”Read More Cheers, September!
Welcome to Your Mom Bod – from imbalanced hormones, to having your body evicting its tiny squatter, then, slowly realizing things aren’t going quite back to how they were before it was two. Becoming a Glass Case of Emotions Before I crossed over into parenthood I had always prided myself on my stoic disposition. When […]Read More Fear & Loathing Through Parenthood, Part 2: the Body Issue
A Southern Spook! Last weekend I was in the historic, vibrant, and boozy city of Savannah, Georgia. What a town! My liver had a blast. As did my stomach. Overall my organs enjoyed some seriously decadent dinners & libations. The occasion for an August trip to Savannah? A bachelorette party. (Insert a Billie Eilish ‘duh’) […]Read More I Know I Turned the Lights Off
It sounds silly since it’s such an easy thing to do, but one of my favorite things to do is listen to music through my head phones. It’s a secret thing only you and your body knows about. Yet, at the same time millions of people share the same love and emotions when listening to […]Read More Make Time for the Simple Pleasures
This is a valuable lesson I picked up a couple years ago. It started by double checking emails before hitting “send”. It’s made me not only a more effective communicator, my writing has improved and it’s helped me to slow down. So often it seems people feel the need to rapid fire back with responses. […]Read More Double Check Your Shit
I had an unexpected employment opportunity pop out of the blue a couple weeks ago. It appears it went well as I am now in the midst of a career switch. I’m anxious to leave my current position. I’ve been there a few years and felt I finally was settling into a groove in my […]Read More Facing Change