I am pretty sure I know what a broken heart feels like. There’s a deep hollowing in my chest and my eyes just begin to well up with tears. And, life starts to move very slowly and the tingling in my cheeks make my face red and there is a trembling in my fingers. My … Continue reading
Monthly Archives: September 2016
Reflections on Living in Guatemala
I have a hummus dealer. (Yes, it is absolutely ridiculous to admit. And, just go with it.) I have a hummus dealer who not only makes the best cilantro hummus ever, but the bloke is a tall glass of water. And, it’s an attractiveness that has never gone to his head. Nobody sent him the … Continue reading
How Do You Recover A Sense of Strength?
I am leading a summer Book Club for the Badass on Julia Cameron’s “The Artist’s Way.” It is funny how the right book at the right time with the right people magically fall into your lap. Below is an excerpt of the newsletter I will be sharing with my badasses for our 8th week. If you … Continue reading
Featured #ARTYOGAPLAY writer + student: Ace Tully
This week, I got the chance to interview September’s featured #artyogaplay writer + student Ace Tully. He is a Rhode Island native currently living and teaching English in South Korea. Ace has launched a blog called http://www.liferuins.com and is currently a member of our Online + International Book Club for the Badass. I have been impressed by his passion and self-motivation to pursue … Continue reading
How Do You Rediscover Your Inner Artist Child?
My previous blog post was about mourning the loss of my inner artist child. Today I’d like to delve into how do we reconnect, recover, rediscover our inner artist child? The blog contains a series of questions you could do on your own to get yourself back on track when life choices just seem … Continue reading
Discovering Your Inner Artist Child
“Every child is an artist. The problem is how to remain an artist once he grows up. ” – Pablo Picasso Last May, I went to the Guggenheim, and I saw this exhibit. The exhibit featured art done by local NYC school children. For some reason, I felt called to really examine each grouping and each … Continue reading