If you're just tuning in... Hi!!!!! Thanks for stopping by! I hope you have a good day! Also, let me catch you up on my most recent theme... I've decided for the trillionth time to rehash the dating debacles of my twenties. Maybe decided isn't the right word. More like, was called to. And, as … Continue reading I am a Sun, not a Moon!
In the Darkness I find light In the silence Inspiration The clock strikes 5 And I am beckoned to arise To ponder life In my own intimate space No kid No job Just me And my ever-yearning soul
I have Doja Cat to thank for my becoming more confident in my self-expression. When I watched her interview with MTV a couple months back she said she is doing what she loves and she is so happy others enjoy it—cuz she gonna keep on producing her style. The thing is, the video she made … Continue reading In the Words of Doja Cat…
Caring sincerely about my patients' well-being and being a fitness freak are two things my father left me as a legacy. He also left me the legacy of attending shiva calls—he and my mom attended many when I was growing up and set the example of how to be a listening ear for others struggling with … Continue reading The Strange Legacy My Father Left Me
WAKE UP To the reality that your purpose is not what you SEE Right in front of you. There's something deeper Some inner truth. Por ejemplo, you know that thing on your to-do list that keeps nagging at you? The challenge is not getting it done. It's trusting yourself in the process. The long, grueling … Continue reading WAKE UP
I'm excited to announce my new book Pandemic Poetry. It is a short book of poems that I wrote as the pandemic was starting through the present day. It focuses on feelings of loss and anxiety as well as hope and healing. I wanted to bring my experiences to life in these poems, but I … Continue reading New Release: Pandemic Poetry
I wasn't a big fan of English class in high school. I wasn't really into the novels. Didn't really understand them, but I read them for school because I wanted good grades and I was a goody two shoes. My mom had me read Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte one summer. This, I did like. … Continue reading Charlotte Bronte Died of Morning Sickness
If you love school, like I did, here is some advice for you: Be flexible! When it comes to the working world, it is likely that being flexible is going to be more of a challenge than getting your work done. You are committed, you are diligent, you are focused. You love the positive feedback … Continue reading Advice for School Lovers Entering the Workplace
As I stretched my back in child's pose this morning, I felt a yearning to stay in the safety of this shell for the whole day, even the whole week. This wasn't the first time I've felt that during child's pose: feeling closed off and protected from the world. Could I just stay here? Could … Continue reading Mother’s Prose, Child’s Pose
In recent weeks I've written about missing the predictability of a desk job. How, as a full-time mom and a full-time preschool teacher, I yearned to be back sitting at a computer just getting things done. Well a couple weeks ago I received an opportunity to work for someone remotely and get paid for it. … Continue reading Does G-d Read My Blog?