33 Ways to Have a Vibrant Day

Walk or drive down a tree lined street with the leaves ablaze with autumn magic Eat really ripe fruit and let the juices run down your arm Listen to the chirps and steady piercing hums of the crickets and cicadas in the evening Watch a no-words-are-adequate-to-fully-describe sunset on the lake Have a creative retreat with … Continue reading 33 Ways to Have a Vibrant Day

These Days….Images & Reflections

These days feel longer as they grow darker These days my heart is full of love and lust and lonely longing (and all the lovely contradictions) These days my heart is out East with you, though I'm heading across the ocean with only me These days I notice all the cloud formations in the sky, … Continue reading These Days….Images & Reflections

An Open (Love) Letter to Those Who Are Struggling

This is a love letter of sorts. For those who are struggling, stuck, confused, scared shitless. For those who are lost, who are unsure of what to do with their lives, or where to go from here. For those who don’t fit in, who don’t feel like they belong, who feel ‘different’ and out-of-place. For … Continue reading An Open (Love) Letter to Those Who Are Struggling

“We Have to Break Ourselves Open”: Navigating the Spaces of Uncertainty and Fear

Today has floated by like a dream - the kind where you can't get quite find  your footing, and you are left feeling distant, disconnected, and drained. Earlier, I was sitting on the GO bus, crossed legged, books resting on my lap. Out the window, the world passed by in a blur - the rich … Continue reading “We Have to Break Ourselves Open”: Navigating the Spaces of Uncertainty and Fear

The Topic of ‘Want’ and the Search for Meaning

This is a good article: A good life is not the same thing as a meaningful life.  And the search for a meaningful life does not necessarily lead to a dramatically changed life. Sometimes we seek meaning by finding something new, adding to our lives, or creating change.  Other times, when we pay attention, we … Continue reading The Topic of ‘Want’ and the Search for Meaning