Many of us have had dreams of doing great things only to find that life and our own choices got in the way. These posts are an offer of encouragement and a call to action. Starting late does not need to equal Too Late. Here’s my story…
A few days ago, I posted here about my inability to settle into one passion in life. There’s a name for it. It’s called being a multipotentialite, and it’s pretty awesome if you know how to handle it. Here’s help.
This is one of my favorite times of day. The sun is going down, off to the side of my kitchen window. And as Dickinson would say…
Floral wallpaper is making a comeback in a big way, and there’s something for everyone.
What happens when you leave the only career you’ve always known? Here are my thoughts on leaving teaching.
Recently some blogger friends, Cheila (Pink for Days) and and Arundhati (Travelling Diary of a Dippy-Dotty Girl) and myself were talking about jewelry. We decided to each post our collection and check out each other’s goodies. I’d like to invite you into the conversation. I’ve never been able to categorize my style. I have tried
An informative and helpful piece for introverts and extroverts alike, but esp. for the introverts.
These people show up to the cafe section with their child– and before you scoff, I’ve got two children of my own– and you know what they do upon their arrival? Proceed to disrupt the thought processes of everyone around them. I get it. People have got to eat. And people have got to keep
Here’s a very short story of suburban dystopia for all those parents who hate play dates.
Around 500 years ago, the god among men, Leonardo Da Vinci, painted the Mona Lisa. It’s a work of artistic brilliance. Brushstrokes disappear. Anatomical features are detailed with striking accuracy. Da Vinci blurs the background and gives Lisa the spotlight. She is close up and face-to-face. Light and shadow playing around her. This painting raised