For Every

“The quote that is normally attributed to the writer ANAÏS NIN, “We don’t see things as they are, we see them as we are” is also a Talmudic idea about dream analysis: People can only dream about things they have encountered or thought about, and so their dreams consist not of reality — whatever that is — … Continue reading For Every

Pandemic Curation

I’m noticing a lot of good stuff we are collectively curating is being flung out so fast that the social media algorithms are not able to get it out as efficiently as possible. Instead of making many individual posts on Facebook or other outlets, I decided to start curating lists here from time to time. … Continue reading Pandemic Curation

Staying Connected

Most of us have underlying things going on. Attachment dysregulation, depression, eating disorders, post traumatic stress disorders and the like. Some of us were barely holding on before all of this. Some people are feeling ok. Others have just had the volume turned to 11. We may be swinging back and forth between these. Some … Continue reading Staying Connected

Rumpled Covers

Always evolving means always shifting. As I say that, I am overcome by felt remembrance of tiredness. It’s tiring to grow, and it’s important to find a pace for growth that doesn’t cause constant road rash. This morning I walked past my bed, touched by morning sun, and I smiled at the picture of rumpled … Continue reading Rumpled Covers

Wild Bouquet

Keep friends in your life who do not douse your passions; people who can look you in the eye and permit you to be you. No matter how you are showing up, whatever relative version of you is moving through your life’s circumstances the very best way possible. People who want you to be false … Continue reading Wild Bouquet


Today, I was walking in the sun to meet a friend. A few tears threatened to free themselves, and I asked them to come out through mindful breathing instead. The tears are helpful, and sometimes I’m not ready. I had walked past a specific street and felt overwhelmed by a memory of walking down that … Continue reading Feeling


Boundaries. The theme is coming up for me in my relationships, work, and even the tarot cards I pull. I didn’t pick this lesson; it seems to be choosing me. I am grateful for the loving, accountable and patient people in my life. I’ve not always had that, and I fondly remember and honor those … Continue reading Boundaried

Say Goodbye to Goodness

There are two sides to every coin, if we don’t count the edge that encircles it. For every commendation (praise) I receive, around the next corner I fend off condemnation (fuck you very much, Tanya). I am either one of the best presenters a person has heard, or I am preposterous, idiotic, or unqualified. Consequently, … Continue reading Say Goodbye to Goodness