Summer of 2020: Brutality

2020 has been a brutal year. It's as if violence is airborne, along with the coronavirus, traveling into all parts of our lives. Work. School. Grocery shopping. Dinner. Bedtime.  And of course, the news.  I won’t abandon the news because I really believe I need to know what’s happening around me. The news has always... Continue Reading →

resolutions, shmesolutions.

I’m not making any. Here’s why: I’m the kind of person who follows through. To a fault. If I said I was going to yoga, I’m going— even if I’m too tired, I’m missing a deadline, my partner needs me at home, I went yesterday, and my favorite teacher is on vacation. My commitment to... Continue Reading →

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