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September 17, 2019

Money, and budgeting in particular, is not one of my strong suits. Like a dysfunctional friend, I want money to be there for me without putting any work into the relationship. I want to be a better friend to money. Kumiko over at The Budget Mom is helping me, via her blog. I’m learning how […]

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Vulnerability Bloopers

August 29, 2019

Hey. It’s been a while. This is me after my haircut yesterday in which the stylist curled my hair in a way that I will NEVER be able to replicate. Anyway, I have a good excuse for my absence… I didn’t feel like working. First of all, this summer was epic. We went from big […]

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To the dreamers…

January 10, 2019

When I was a little girl, I wanted to be a gymnast. I remember watching the Summer Olympics and seeing those athletes launching through the air on the uneven bars or bounding through a floor routine. The sight of them filled me with awe and a yearning. But my parents didn’t have the extra cash […]

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Meet Dobby

April 26, 2018

This is #Dobby. Dobby doesn’t care about the bus schedule or the call you have to make, or what they think over at Puppy School. She barks with the conviction and assurance of a puppy who knows it is time to play. She runs —ears back, tongue flopping, stubby legs pumping — as if she were the […]

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WARNING: Having a Dream May Lead to Massive Disappointment

March 30, 2018

I keep thinking about a conversation I had years ago with a woman working in the registrar’s office of my college. I was ordering transcripts for an application to work in Japan as an English teacher. She wanted to know what I was working on. “I’m applying for the JET Programme with my husband,” I […]

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Thank you

February 17, 2017

Today I just want to thank for listening. Over the years I have spilled a lot of beans. It all started seven years ago when I told you I slapped my husband in the face with a sponge. Then, I told you another unflattering truth: I slept with my husband the day I met him. […]

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8 Life Lessons from the Game of Tennis

September 8, 2016

Yesterday I had my first ever city league tennis match. I won. Barely. By a 10-point tie-breaker (12-10). Warming up with my opponent, I was pretty sure I had her. I started strong. In fact, I was starting to feel preemptively sorry for her. Somehow managing to exhibit a ridiculous amount of arrogance while also […]

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5 No-Fail Strategies to Stick With It (Even When You Feel Ridiculous)

August 10, 2016

When I was in college I wanted to be a communications major. My communications advisor, during our first meeting, asked me what I wanted to do in communications. “I’d like to report the news,” I told him. “Oh that’s not really journalism. It’s more for models.” In an instant, right then and there, I let […]

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NOT cool!

January 5, 2016

Ever since I became a wellness advocate for doTERRA essential oils I’ve been getting weird vibes from some of my business friends. They don’t outright accuse me of being crazy… They just say things like… How do you have time for that? I didn’t know you were into network marketing. Or they tell me stories […]

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5 Ways to Shift Your Vibe When Things Go Bad

June 17, 2015

I was in NYC last week with my mastermind group. There we are cruising the New York harbor. I’ve been taking a course on Law of Attraction. So, on the flight over to New York, when I learned I would be sitting in a middle seat during one of the legs, I decided to “manifest” […]

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