Change

A few weeks ago, I had the privilege to speak at my original eighth grade’s HIGH SCHOOL graduation. Which I’m still coming to terms with, but I guess it’s okay. It was wonderful to see them.  I talked about change. They had asked me to share how I’ve seen them grow and change, but I […]

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The Impact of Trying

If you’re a regular around here, you already know that I’m a perfectionist (recovering!). I once sat on the floor at Whole Foods for 45 minutes comparing the protein content, calorie content, and prices of every kind of vegan protein powder. (Settled on this one, if you’re curious. Also it’s $20 cheaper on Amazon. Sigh, […]

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Not Everyone Thinks Like You

The older I get, the more I value direct, clear, and compassionate communication. And the more I talk with people, the more I realize how different we all are.  During teenage years, there’s the misconception that I am so different and no one can ever understand me and what I’m going through. While each experience is […]

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Lessons from David

Just a few days ago, my favorite human had a birthday. Though he seems desperate to say that we’re “basically 30” now, we are decidedly not 30 yet. Almost. But not yet! It’s the second time we’ve celebrated his birthday as a married couple, and I’ve gotta say that I’m just as obsessed with him as […]

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100

A lot has happened in the last 3 and a half years. And all of that has brought me here: to my 100th post.

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An Open Letter to My Husband

Happy Thanksgiving darling, Two days ago, we celebrated a year of marriage. Whether due to the new normal or wedded bliss, it has flown by. I’d planned on writing you this letter for months but, uncharacteristically, I’m having a hard time knowing what to say. Even the most poetic words fall short in expressing how […]

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