Too sensitive Too bossy Too loud Too emotional… If you’ve ever had the word “too” weaponized against you, you know how baffling and painful it is. So many women have felt the pain of this three-letter word. I have and I am not allowing it to hurt me anymore. Not now, not today, not everContinue reading “Too Much…Too This…Too That”
I’ve been talking more lately, and not because I’ve been feeling chatty. I’ve realized how much I’ve kept under wraps and repressed to keep the peace and to just get along. Frankly, it’s one of the worst things I’ve ever done to myself. Silencing myself has been a huge burden. I’ve been grieving. I’ve beenContinue reading “Silence Is Not Always Golden”
If you’ve ever been to London, you’ve probably taken the Tube, aka the subway. Most people who ride the Tube remember signs everywhere saying, “Mind the Gap”. Years later, I’ve been fascinated with gaps, but mostly gaps in thinking, gaps in awareness, gaps in consciousness. What I’ve learned from my own life and observing othersContinue reading “Mind the Gap”
This broadcast was illuminating. So often, we overthink and it gets us nowhere. Dr. Colleen Mullen and Miriam Goldstein were fascinating guests with real, actionable suggestions for calming that monkey mind down.
I have had to learn how to manage a few roller coaster situations in the last few months. I’ve had to work on checking in with myself and I’ve found a surprising source of happy-my Tumblr. My Tumblr has been godsend the past few months.
Missing the “thankful” purple flower emoji on Facebook? You are not alone! Let’s do something about it.
Dear Facebook, Please, please, please make the “thankful” flower a permanent thing. I think this little flower emoji is so powerful. We all need to be better about expressing gratitude. There are so many things that go wrong in the world, so much unfairness, bad vibes and mistrust, that we NEED more gratitude in ourContinue reading “Dear Facebook,”
“To weep is to make less the depth of grief.” HENRY VI, PART III It’s true that actors suffer for their art. We go to countless auditions, get told no more often than yes, among many other grievances. Actors are bettors. They gamble on themselves constantly, each day, in the name of their artContinue reading “The Mask: Acting when in Mourning”