Orcas Island, Washington will make you feel like you’ve discovered your own little sliver of Pacific Northwest paradise. It is the perfect place to go for a socially distanced adventure in pandemic times. It is the perfect place to go to recharge, any time. I’d say a word to describe it is “fresh”. And it […]Read More Choose your own adventure: Orcas Island, WA
A good dose of perspective is always healthy. My reading list from the last 12 months, or so, has provided me with a shot of reference that has really helped in just about any situation I’ve struggled with, as things haven’t been their usual level of awesome lately. For a while I was wondering why […]Read More Your Summer reading list: Books for a fresh perspective
“A natural consequence of exploring is a greater understanding of, and ability to empathize with the world. I guess, maybe its more about values, than actual exploring. But to me, those things go hand-in-hand”. – Me Exploring, like many things, will produce the best results when done outside of one’s comfort zone. If you’re maintaining […]Read More Everything is the same, but different
I’ll be honest here, my level of tolerance for this COVID-19 situation -all of it- is critically low. I desperately want my old level of freedom, and my old life, back. Obviously we will come out of this changed, but first we need to be let out. I’m tapping in to stores of patience I […]Read More be totally selfish today!
Gdansk made me cry. I am an emotional sap. I was tired. I was less than two months in to life in Poland. I was less than one year postpartum. I come from a long line of happy criers on my father’s side (I once teared up over a cupcake because it was just so […]Read More How Gdansk made me cry and other tales: a past weekend exploring Poland