In the gaps of time this weekend, I’m watching season three of Netflix’s Atypical, a show that has given me more perspective about teaching individuals with Autism than any graduate or professional development course ever did. In the episode I finished this morning, protagonist Sam is tasked with an assignment about essence. Specifically, he has… Continue reading The Essence
In August, I shared with you three takeaways from the morning portion of Gabby Bernstein’s Spirit Junkie Live. As we are just a smidge over a week away from the release of Gabby’s new book Super Attractor, today I am sharing with you my three favorite takeaways from the afternoon session of that beautiful day.… Continue reading Spirit Junkie Live: The Afternoon
Summer Denise is a legend in her own mind. I go back to work Tuesday and by Wednesday afternoon, it will feel like we never left… but for the first time in my recollection, I really feel restored, renewed and rested. Yes, it is possible to have two months off from the day job and… Continue reading Back to Ms. B
I had the blessing to work with one of my greatest teachers Gabby Bernstein earlier this month. I got that blessing by saying yes to what my heart and mind called for, rather than make excuses or sit on the curb, eating a plant-based sandwich, watching opportunity cruise on by. You gotta go for it,… Continue reading Spirit Junkie Live, Part 1
and why I’ll never bug you to do the same. You know those memories that are like movies in your head? This is one for me. I was standing at the counter of the kitchen/living room/bunny room combo in our first house, sometimes referred to as The Little House. I was cutting a packaged chicken… Continue reading Why I Stopped Eating Meat…
My dream life, which I live from time to time and will live full-time some day, consists of coffee, quiet, sunshine and reading. I’m often asked for book recommendations and am known to ask people what they are reading. “What are you reading?” will be a standard question on the talk show I’ll have some… Continue reading Now Read This!
Sharing one of my most vulnerable and treasured stories, originally published by University of Wellness. I am unafraid to talk about my struggles, probably because I don’t view them as struggles, problems, hurdles or even speedbumps. They are just factors of or moments in my journey. Do you perceive a hurdle in the distance and… Continue reading My Wings
I woke up this morning and before both feet hit the ground, my mile-long To Do list starting scrolling in my mind. Within a minute of being awake, the overwhelm kicked in and I felt like I had just so much to do that I had to start now and not stop (probably forever). I… Continue reading Stop. Pick One.
For everyone celebrating something today, I wish you and yours a happy one. I had the honor of spending yesterday with a very special boy, local celebunny Paddington. In a town in central Nassau county, about two months ago, a woman found a domestic rabbit in her yard. She was able to pick him… Continue reading Paddington
It wasn’t that long ago when I had no friends. I can remember the first time I said it out loud. It felt… shameful. It felt embarrassing, even though I was saying it to the Bunny Daddy, a man I can say anything to, without judgment. Yeah, there were people around… but I felt alone.… Continue reading Friends? Friends.