When I used to invite people into my home, I made up a hundred excuses about why it was the way it was. "This furniture is from my college days... it's not staying this way... you know how it is with young children." "I haven't done anything with the house … Read more about Why Creating Cohesiveness Between the Inner and Outer is Crucial to Feeling Really, Really Good
2007. I walked the cobblestone streets of Old Montreal until I stumbled across a tiny little gallery nestled in between other art galleries. Rue Saint Paul appeared to be lined with them and for whatever reason, on that very random day, I decided to wander into Espace B51 Art Contemporain … Read more about The Artist I Searched For and Found… Seven Years Later.
A few weeks ago, I sat on the plush, red couch in my living room having a great conversation with someone I love very much. It was the kind of conversation that fills you up with that juicy, positive energy that we all like to cozy up to and wrap … Read more about An Invitation to Go Deeper: Holding the Space for Meaningful Conversation
It was at a coffee shop. The sunlight was at the perfect angle and it was shining in through the enormous glass window beside us. I was perched on an recycled steel chair and he was across from me on a bench. We were engaged in a deep conversation about … Read more about He Took a Bite of My Cookie: Why Intimacy is Such a Powerful Connector in Life and Business
Expectations. How does that word make you feel? For me, it is two-fold: When I expect things of others: hopeful and idealistic. When others expect things of me: nervous to disappoint. From Wikipedia: In the case of uncertainty, expectation is what is considered the most likely to … Read more about On Expectations