What We Fight For

What We Fight For

What we fight for is where we spend our time. It’s been a lifelong lesson for me, that age old quote to “pick your battles”. It’s true. My husband often describes me as “feisty” and it’s a word I’m proud of actually. I like to think that I’ve gotten better at picking...

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Calling All Believers

Calling All Believers

Sometimes what you really need is a believer. When the wind has come out of your sails and the world seems against you, your tribe of people are so important. And the tribe may not be who you think they are. The stranger at the bar that tells you it’s going to be ok....

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The Power of Distance

The Power of Distance

My theme for this posting has become very apparent over the past week; write the truth. Fo sho. I agree 100% and that’s why I want to make sure that the people out there reading this know that while leaving my job felt good at the time (and still does feel right), I...

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I choose me.

I choose me.

I made a choice to take my power back (reference 10.13.15) and for me that meant choosing to leave my job. It did not mean that I failed and it certainly didn’t mean that I threw my hands in the air and forfeit. This concept was one of the most challenging for my mind...

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Pizza Mission: Roberta’s

Pizza Mission: Roberta’s

I know, I know. How could this be my first time at Roberta’s. It’s basically Brooklyn Pizza royalty. Let’s just say that it was meant to be when it was meant to be. And it was meant to happen by myself, after a long bike ride, on a beautiful sunny fall day. The...

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Putting it out there: half-baked

Putting it out there: half-baked

OOOOH CRAP. That’s exactly what I thought as soon as I hit that “publish” button yesterday. Waaaaaaiiiiiiiit!!!! The website isn’t even put together! I don’t have my “About” page filled out. That photograph I took wasn’t the best I could have done. I asked myself;...

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Calling All Believers

Calling All Believers

Sometimes what you really need is a believer. When the wind has come out of your sails and the world seems against you, your tribe of people are so important. And the tribe may not be who you think they are. The stranger at the bar that tells you it’s going to be ok....

read more
The Power of Distance

The Power of Distance

My theme for this posting has become very apparent over the past week; write the truth. Fo sho. I agree 100% and that’s why I want to make sure that the people out there reading this know that while leaving my job felt good at the time (and still does feel right), I...

read more
I choose me.

I choose me.

I made a choice to take my power back (reference 10.13.15) and for me that meant choosing to leave my job. It did not mean that I failed and it certainly didn’t mean that I threw my hands in the air and forfeit. This concept was one of the most challenging for my mind...

read more
Pizza Mission: Roberta’s

Pizza Mission: Roberta’s

I know, I know. How could this be my first time at Roberta’s. It’s basically Brooklyn Pizza royalty. Let’s just say that it was meant to be when it was meant to be. And it was meant to happen by myself, after a long bike ride, on a beautiful sunny fall day. The...

read more
Putting it out there: half-baked

Putting it out there: half-baked

OOOOH CRAP. That’s exactly what I thought as soon as I hit that “publish” button yesterday. Waaaaaaiiiiiiiit!!!! The website isn’t even put together! I don’t have my “About” page filled out. That photograph I took wasn’t the best I could have done. I asked myself;...

read more
Taking My Power Back

Taking My Power Back

10.13.15 I find myself fascinated by articles that read “I traveled for a year, and this is what happened” or “I quit my job and it was the best thing I ever did, here’s why”. It all sounds so glamorous. I think there is sort of a movement out there, and for some...

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