From strangers to friends It all started in a barn Now we squat for hash #humpdayhaiku
This week’s haiku is inspired by an article by Omid Safi on On Being about the “disease” of being busy. We’ve all heard the excuse and probably have made it ourselves at some point. We’re just too busy to connect. But are we really? After reading this article, I want to take the time to […]
Love is an action Until it is no longer Careful what you say #humpdayhaiku Bonus points for comments in the form of haiku (5 – 7 – 5 syllables)!
My latest post on World Moms Blog is a bit different than my past, more social good-oriented posts. It’s something I’ve had in my mind for a while now and am happy to have had the opportunity to publish it. Here’s a taste of the post: I see you. On the surface, you look like […]
Three posts I scrolled through quickly right before I moved my phone to the charger and went to put my kids to bed. Three posts from people I did not know one year ago. Three posts from people I’ve hugged in the past two weeks. An image, an article and a quote. Breathless. Sometimes you […]
A little over a year ago, I asked my friend who is also a nutritionist (and now my trainer) if he had any good bacon recipes for my International Bacon Day post. I tagged him and a few other friends who seemed like good candidates for such bacon-y goodness. He ended up connecting me with April, […]