Navigating Times of Transition: The In-Between

I keep thinking about posting something in this outdated blog, but I let the fact that I’ve got nothing to say get in my way. Perhaps I ought to succumb to the inspiration, nevertheless, and blather about whatever is going on in my life at the moment. And to be honest, that feels like very […]

The Story of Olive’s Death

Thursday, January 15, 2015 It was a Thursday evening, January 8. I had a birthday party to go to at 9:30 that night. I got home from wherever I was, went straight to the bathroom. Olive pushed herself into the half open bathroom door and I asked her if she was ready for her walk. […]

Quarter-Life Crisis and Money is Fake

My first inkling I was in my mid-life crisis at 22 was when one of my mentors looked me square in the eyes and told me so. Not long after, another mentor and Jungian psychologist recommended I read James Hollis’s book Finding Meaning in the Second Half of Life. I never did read that book, […]

On Being Crazy

Crazy = Creative Follow along. -Being creative is seeing things from a unique perspective that is instantly interesting simply because it is new and different. -“Crazy people” do crazy looking things because the world is different for them and they are reacting to it, which results in strange behavior. -“Creative people” control the reaction and […]

Surfing Waves

How is going with the flow going for me? In doing what it is that I do, with no initially clear idea of what that is, a few things have emerged. 1. I not only have begun a regular yoga practice, I am a certified yoga instructor and have found an affinity for guiding meditative […]