An Open Letter To Everyone Who Eats →
I recently wrote an article for this website about why Paleo wasn
A GREAT Commencement Speech from Arianna... →
Arianna Huffington, editor-in-chief of the Pulitzer Prize-winning online news website that bears her name, was the speaker at Smith College’s 135th commencem… At the moment, our society’s notion of success is largely composed of two parts: money and power. In fact, success, money and power have practically become synonymous. But it’s time for a third metric, beyond money...
night cheese: Danielle LaPorte: You are going to... →
jennabee: Danielle LaPorte: Feeling guilty. It’s inevitable [excerpt]: You will experience guilt as you craft the life of your dreams. It’s part of your conscience, it’s the tension in ‘creative tension.’ You leave the person who gave you your first big break because it’s time to grow. You leave…
The Six Major Anxieties of Social Media →
A really great read shared with me by my cousin. We often talk about the life marketing on social media. Both guilty of feeling these anxieties occasionally.
Here are some questions I am constantly noodling over: Do you splurge or do you...– The Great Nora Ephron - it seems she got my noodle.
of course you're having a quarterlife crisis (and...
citizenkerry: I think the hardest part about a quarterlife crisis is having to use such an unsavory term to describe truly uncomfortable feelings. I wish we had a more subtle way to say, “I’m in my twenties and I’m lost.” I’ve been thinking about this because recently, a friend who is 27, told me she was finally out of her quarterlife crisis. I was amazed that she could nail it down to such a...
Cakes have gotten a bad rap. People equate virtue with turning down dessert....– Jeanne Ray (via fyoured) This is perfect and lovely. Eat the damn cake. (via luciwithani)