8 Women on How to Stay Sane During Quarantine

It’s a tenet of storytelling, “The personal is universal.” Meaning, it’s much more interesting to read about one person’s unique experience, and extrapolate meaning and draw comparisons to your own life, rather than hear a generic, “Many people find this to be true..”  As a writer, I know this to be true, because I get so much more excited when reading, or watching a tv … Continue reading 8 Women on How to Stay Sane During Quarantine

Want to Make Real Changes in 2020? Choose a Word of the Year

Why it’s time you skip the resolutions and choose a “word of the year” in 2020 instead Did anyone else feel majorly shamed by all the novellas masquerading as Instagram captions cropping up in your feed last month? Folks pontificating on “Wow, as I reflect on this last year/decade, it’s wild how all my dreams came true after graduating from business school, getting married, having … Continue reading Want to Make Real Changes in 2020? Choose a Word of the Year

On When the Grass is Greener

As we charge headlong into spring (seriously, how is it April already?! Slow your freaking roll, 2019), I’ve been thinking a lot about change. We all know the saying, “April showers bring May flowers,” but it’s not really accurate, is it? I mean, it’s lovely to say out loud and I like that it brings up fond childhood memories of paper cut-out flowers and glee-filled … Continue reading On When the Grass is Greener