W hen I was in 2nd grade, I loved bologna sandwiches. Well really I loved bologna period. I loved the way it tasted, I loved biting out three little holes in it and wearing over
A s I sat in quiet review, numb to the burning hot cider as it touched the tip of my tongue, I could feel the thoughts beginning to resurface.
Here we go again. What started out as a simple individual web browse for tips on creating a YouTube channel, turned into a full blown business research and development project. Well, it became more of
Who are you really? Recently, I wrote an article on self identity that focused on the concept of labels. The point of the article being: The labels we use to describe ourselves have a huge
Trust Yourself. Trust Your Process. People have a habit of projecting their fears onto others. We know this. But recognizing it doesn’t mean we become impervious to people’s projected fears. Being aware is just
I t’s officially the last day of the year and depending on what group of humans you belong to, you’re likely thinking one (if not all) of three things: 1. Holy buddha the year
Ah yes, our rudimentary and misleading “goals” list. I mean, we really really thought about it, wrote it down, and even made a vision board out of pictures and trite, ambiguous phrases
A few months ago I attended a dance showcase titled “Not a Label” put on and choreographed by my sister Marlaina via her dance company, Mirror Image. The powerhouse intro exemplified the message expressed