Have you ever sat by while someone destroyed a perfectly good story? Continue reading The Subtle Art of Just Telling the Story
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…
I wrote this post back in 2013! Wow, how is that possible? Since then, I have thrown two successful dinner parties, though I’m always trying to up my game. I have yet to take it outside like the one I describe in this post, so in that sense it’s still very much a goal I’m working toward. Meanwhile, here are some of the pieces from … Continue reading The Dinner Party In My Mind.
When my friend and her boyfriend broke up, she was single (obviously), sad, and wanting new scenery. Wait, what?! You mean everyone doesn’t just curl up into a ball of misery and disappear from the world for at least a week? Continue reading Falling Apart. Coming Together: The Keys
Turning into the drive of The Raleigh Hotel, we are enveloped by the shade of lush green palms and cabana strips. I instantly feel like I’ve arrived. Arrived where? Arrived at life. Continue reading Girl’s Getaway: South Beach
So when you’re trying to live a life of adventure after many years of stale existence, you look for anything that might feed your eyeballs something new. You start scanning maps and checking distances. Sidenote: Google Maps is one of the best things that’s happened in my life. I’ve been known to end up in the wrong county depending on my own spatial sense to … Continue reading Starting Late: Saint Augustine
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… Continue reading Women Camping. Starting Late: Part One
So the other weekend, I was hanging out with a good friend of mine, and I had a question that I wanted to ask her about a new relationship of hers. But, I thought it might be a sensitive subject since relationships– particularly new ones– are wont to be. So. I prefaced my query with the statement: “May I ask you something?” Immediately I looked … Continue reading May I Ask You A Question?