What comes to mind when you think of home? The city or town where you grew up? The address where you lived as a child? Maybe a specific person or members of your family. Perhaps home means something more nebulous to you—a home cooked meal that comforts you or the feeling you get piled in a warm bed under soft blankets that smell of laundry detergent and bleach. … More What is home?
Today we’re asking…should we be afraid of death? … More Should we be afraid of death?
You cannot rise from the ashes if you never light a fire. … More “And the day came when the risk to remain tight in a bud was more painful than the risk it took to blossom.” -Anaïs Nin
Over and over again, I have tinkered with this blog and what it might be. It has been a touchstone in my life since my children were little more than babies. The name has changed, the decor has changed, but so much has remained the same. Looking through past posts, I recognize themes that still … More “In a time of destruction, create something.” -Maxine Hong Kingston
To keep your wonder, in spite of personal circumstance and even when the world feels like one big dumpster fire, you must find a practice that gives you the freedom to choose what matters and commit yourself to it. … More How to Keep Your Wonder