When I was in 3rd grade, I broke my left arm. I fell off a swing backwards on the playground and snapped my left ulna. The bone was set properly. … Continue Reading The Old Injury. The New Perspective.
When Yi asked me to climb on her conference room table, I didn’t hesitate.
This past week, Yi Zhou, founder of Global Intuition, a fast-rising international fashion brand, invited me to her headquarters in Beverly Hills for a body positive photo shoot.
Special guest psychic and shaman Shea Herlihy-Abba and host Kristin West chat about how having opposite signs in the chart doesn’t automatically mean there’s a conflict. They discuss the Autumn … Continue Reading Astrology’s Opposite Signs & Balancing with the Fall Equinox
Sometimes, we take too many cues from other people. They have something, so we should have something. They’re pursuing something, so we should pursue it too. Our #fomo overrides our … Continue Reading Got #FOMO? Get Curious Instead…
It’s not fall yet, despite what Starbucks may have you believe. The autumnal equinox is a little over a week away, on September 23. Yet, you may already be feeling … Continue Reading Pivoting to Autumn
Here. Now. Today. It’s my new mantra. Too often, we are not in the present. We’re mining the middens of the past trying to explain away our bad feelings or … Continue Reading Here. Now. Today.
Today, I took a trek to Mentryville, a ghost town in the Santa Clarita area. I was doing a preliminary scout for a project awaiting funding. As I walked around … Continue Reading The Inner Ghost Town
At certain pivot points of my life in acting, I’ve needed a hobby where I didn’t have to perform. For me, decoupage has been a place to exercise my right … Continue Reading A Little Glue, A Little Paper, A Lot of Insight
Eclipses give us a special window into what’s ahead for the next six months. Today’s partial lunar eclipse happens during the Capricorn full moon, and is especially connected with our … Continue Reading Your Eclipse Tarot-Scope
It seems like there’s never enough time. We pack our schedules full, keep busy, keep moving and still, there’s an emptiness. Time just flies, and we have so little time … Continue Reading Giving Myself Time
"Appreciate the small victories. Not every opportunity is a big opportunity but can lead to bigger opportunities. Take time for gratitude."
For more of my chat with Rabbi Yitzi & Medium, see here.
I helped cut a trailer for a documentary film for the first time yesterday and I didn’t flinch once! In all seriousness, though, I didn’t appreciate the growth process of … Continue Reading Stick With It!
Lately, I’ve been fascinated by how the Christian idea of the devil plays out in astrological terms. Here’s some thoughts about Pluto and how Pluto manifests as our Western idea … Continue Reading Pluto: An Examination of Conscience
“Virgo’s compulsion to count and organize, which is the backbone of civilization, grates at Sagittarius’ inherent nomadism,” says West. “Virgo will want to put down roots and Sagittarius fears settling.” WeddingWire.com
So many folks are excited about Venus in Pisces. Yes, it’s an ideal time for love. Venus is in exaltation with Pisces, but my Capricornian caution needs to air out … Continue Reading Venus in Pisces: Love is a Glamorous Prison with Sea Monsters
April Fool’s Day…a day of bad jokes and silly pranks…the unofficial holiday of every class clown, every comedian and every comedy actor. With the year nearly a quarter over, it’s time to pause and think about the ways we’ve been foolish too, especially with our priorities for the year.