Category Archive: Writing

Fun Theory

There’s been a video circulating on Facebook and YouTube recently and when I saw it, I immediately latched onto the idea behind it. Which is that “something as simple as fun is the… Continue reading

Marching Onward

After blogging now for a total of about 7 months, and now that I’m 2 full months into the Daily Post 2011 Challenge, I’ve decided to change things up a bit. I want… Continue reading

Go Be It

“We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act, but a habit” ~Aristotle You may have noticed that several of my most recent posts address the theme of excellence, or… Continue reading

Reclaiming History

Did anyone see 60 Minutes this past Sunday? I have to admit, I don’t usually watch it. But when I saw that they were doing a feature on The King’s Speech, I had… Continue reading

Girl Power

I’ve been thinking about my life lately. About my education, my experience, and about the dreams and aspirations I have–in terms of work and my business. One thing I keep returning to is… Continue reading

Faithful Place

I am totally in love with Tana French–as a writer, of course! She absolutely rocks my socks off! I discovered her about 2 years ago when I read her first novel, In the… Continue reading

Listening Face

Each week so far this month, I’ve written a post about the people I love the most. You can find the first two posts here and here. Today’s post is about my dad.… Continue reading

The Most Important Place for Honesty (via Sheila Walsh | Lindsey Nobles)

I ran across this blog a few days ago through my Twitter feed. It’s a short post by Sheila Walsh, someone I grew up listening to and whose Twitter feed makes me laugh… Continue reading

Exploring Dalí

For as long as I can remember, I have LOVED Salvador Dalí (May 11, 1904 – January 23, 1989). I was born and raised in St. Pete, FL, and can remember going to… Continue reading


Source: AAA Morani Fireworks   “Do you ever feel like a plastic bag, Drifting through the wind, wanting to start again? Do you ever feel, feel so paper-thin Like a house of cards,… Continue reading