“Life reminds us in big and small ways that it is NOT to be taken for granted. That the “little” moments with our loved ones matter. . . . So throughout February, my goal is to spread love into those little moments.”
In this video, learn the four pillars that’ll ground these next four weeks and how you can join me on this guided journey. Read more
Imagine a journey with no packing, no airport security, and no overtired-yet-astonishingly-loud children. Sounds easy, but this type of travel’s tough stuff. In fact, this journey of self-development challenges our strength as we discover who we are and what we’re meant to do.
It’s traveling inward, outward, and back home again.
Kinda sounds like we’re going in a circle, right?
Sort of, but this is no simple circle. Where we start and end may be the same, but are we the same? Luckily, nature recently provided me the perfect explanation . . . and it begins at a beach in Cape Cod. Read more
Autumn in Florence—picture yourself there, in the late afternoon warmth. You’re admiring the sun’s natural highlighting of the landscape and falling in love with the architecture and Italian life.
Now, imagine crossing the Arno river via the Ponte Vecchio and exploring its shops until you find “the one”—a beautifully carved cameo pin that you’ll pass down to your future kids someday. She’s stunning, a wearable work of art, and you know immediately that she’s a treasure.
This was me in 2006.
I still have that cameo and plan to gift it to my daughter one day. But until then, I’m wearing it proudly because it’s way too special to tuck away, safe but never seen.
Which brings us to an interesting idea, another definition of “cameo.” Read more
A celebrated number in elementary school, as in the one hundredth day of school. Kids wear glasses formed from the number 100, draw what they’ll look like as 100-year-olds, and journal what they think life will be like in 100 years.
So in honor of this special day, I thought we’d play along. Sound good? Okay, let’s take a little journey into the future…Read more
I hadn’t planned on writing about snowflakes, nor had I ever thought one’s personality might align with a snowflake type. But I couldn’t find the book passage I needed for my planned post, so I sat—blocked—at my laptop and looked outside.
Guess what I found?
A new blog post! A little rough around the edges and in the form of snowfall, but a beautiful idea just in need of a little polish.
So here it is…
When the temperature’s above freezing, a snowflake faces three short-term destinies: Read more
Not all days bring us puppies and rainbows, not even all birthdays. Mine was Saturday, and in Saint Louis it was “burning” (as my daughter would say).
If you don’t know me well, here’s some inside information—I don’t do well in the heat.
I’ve been that way since I was a kid. I remember our big family trip to Disney World the summer after 2nd grade. We had just parked the car on Day 1, and my first words as I stepped toward the holy grail of Disney?Read more