A Letter to My Parents

People always ask me how my parents did it. I’ve never really known what to answer to that – One of my sisters lives in Spain, one in South Africa, one in Davis, finishing up at UC Davis, and I lived in NZ for two years. We’re all interested in different things, we’re all intelligent, Keep reading…

Crack Doesn’t Always Kill

Cracking open, releasing, reviving, making room for new to enter and letting go what just isn’t working. Being free, and trusting there are more good times where that came from. Knowing that there is a plan for you, but in order to unlock the path you must have the courage to listen to what you’re Keep reading…

Trust

It’s okay not to know, it’s okay to feel doubtful at times, it’s okay to not know if you’re in the right place or the right time. That isn’t your job to know. What you do have control over is your ability to trust, you need to trust there is something bigger, greater, and more powerful than you. Keep reading…

Changes Sucks…but

Change sucks but, it’s required to grow. You can either run from change and give into fear or you can step up to the plate and do something about it. In order to change something you have to believe it’s possible. You have to believe you can bring something different to the table – a fresh perspective, a positive outlook, Keep reading…

The Art of Letting Loose

I have a great appreciation for letting loose after this past weekend. I went to my best friend’s bachelorette party in Tahoe with 17 fun, hilarious woman – 1 giant cabin, 1 party bus, 1 soon to be gorgeous bride – it was great. We let loose. The appreciation turned into an inspiration to write Keep reading…