The darkness and solitude of growth brings new life.
Recently I saw a post on Facebook that really made me think. It was a quote by Robert Holden about happiness, more specifically that happiness is where you are and not where you are going. It made me take pause- do I suffer from destination addiction? Maybe. The lack of permanence in the world today is... Continue Reading →
In an earlier blog, I discussed how writing makes us vulnerable and that by embracing and harnessing that vulnerability it, in turn, makes us brave. This I know to be one of my own personal, if not universal truths. Whenever I entered a new space, professional or personal, I left a piece of myself standing... Continue Reading →