Creative Mornings is brilliant. It was started in New York with the simple intent of having an “accessible, inspiring morning event for people to meet.” It is now in over 50 cities around the world – all because a small group of people decided to make it happen. They are extremely popular in New York, and so far I have only been able to make it to one in person. Luckily they also post videos … CONTINUE READING
I was introduced to the site Felicidário in my weekly reading of SwissMiss and fell in love with it. Head over heels. The illustrations are delightful and every time that I visit it, I can’t help but smile.
As the site explains, “Felicidário is a calendar and a growing dictionary with 365 pratical definitions of happiness. When you’re 65 is happiness knitting a sweater, enjoying the dolce fare niente or is it doing things you’ve … CONTINUE READING
“No one looks stupid when they’re having fun.”
– Amy Poehler
“It is only by going through a volume of work that you will close that gap, and your work will be as good as your ambitions…It’s gonna take awhile. It’s normal to take awhile. You’ve just gotta fight your way through.” – Ira Glass
Part of my interest in interviewing people for this blog is my own personal interest in hearing about, learning from … CONTINUE READING
It’s springtime in New York and the city is in full bloom. Just like the dormant bulbs that were planted in the fall, New Yorkers are coming out of hibernation and the energy of the city is shifting. Living and working in Brooklyn allows me to enjoy all of the flowering trees and gorgeous blooming tulips, lilacs and daffodils. I’m trying to soak them up as much as I can, because I know they are … CONTINUE READING