I’ve decided it might be fun to make this a monthly post… so here’s my current list! 1. Betsy Johnson. Holy buckets – the 72 years old fashion designer can cartwheel into a side split. And do a handstand freeze better than a lot of b-boys. As a competitor on Dancing with the Stars… Read More 6 Things That Are Inspiring Me in October 2014
It was never my goal to weigh less but still feel like crap.… Read More If Your Eye Twitches for 3 Weeks, It’s Time to Re-evaluate…
Hope has been on my mind. Redemption. Lost causes. (Do they exist?) And where and how to begin when the mess on your hands is crazy big. Like a mountain.… Read More How to Climb a Mountain (Not Really But Kinda)
This is going to be a quick post this morning because I have been busy this week, between visiting a friend who just had a baby, working on more recipes in the kitchen and getting ready for a big weekend of cooking freezer meals with a friend – which I am super excited for and will… Read More What Could Paleo Do For You?
1. Tiny House tours on You Tube. I already live in a small space (ask nicely and I might post a video tour of my kitchen, which is smaller than most half-baths) but the tiny house movement is fascinating to me. I grew up in a large country farm house and for most of college lived… Read More 6 Things That Are Inspiring Me Right Now (Plus a Mini-Rant)
When a man walks into a room, he brings his whole life with him. He has a million reasons for being anywhere, just ask him. If you listen, he’ll tell you how he got there. How he forgot where he was going, and that he woke up. If you listen, he’ll tell you about the… Read More What Peanut Butter Cups & Mad Men Has Taught Me
Yes. I really know what that sounds like. I’ll start by saying memory is a strange thing. How there are big things you can completly forget and little things you remember with absolute clarity. Sometimes the memory isn’t really whole, it’s just one piece that you can see or hear over and over again. And… Read More Why I Love the Sound of Falling Off a Ladder