My unpredictable shower has caused me much grief, until I realized I could learn something from it!
Magia del Monarca
I recently had the opportunity to perform a dance piece inspired by my trip to see the monarch butterflies overwintering in the mountains of Macheros, Mexico.
Pivot! A dance move and a mindset
I returned to my hometown ballet studio to share my story of how it has shaped my life: the good, the bad, and the ugly. In this post, I share a piece of advice I told the students: pivot!
Symbrachydactyly: Wait, what?
Through the support and encouragement from my friends, family, and partner, I grew to love the one thing I once disliked about myself: my “abnormal” left hand.
The Burrito Bandit: A Confession Story
Last month I told my first story at the Austin Public Library Adult Story Hour Series. The theme was hot mess. Out of the probably hundreds of stories to choose from, I decided to go with the Burrito Bandit: A Confession Story.
The contents of my purse, a curse?
A poem inspired by my last night in Durham, North Carolina. It was a magical night indeed!
How being a TreeFolks board member helped me find my way
I was at a very low point in my life and about to abandon my career in environmental protection, but sticking with my board member position with TreeFolks helped me realize my true purpose and guided me back on my path.
MacGyver the sh*t out of your life, and other lessons from ChosenEyes
Hearing “All of your problems are in your head” to “All of your worries are real” from my go-to Tarot reader, I realize I am making progress.
Life is Unscripted, so Write a Good Story!
A stay in a funky hotel in Durham reminded me that life is unscripted, sh*t happens, and it is up to us to live a good story!
This is from the birds.
I have always been a nature lover and wildlife watcher. But lately, I am taking on this hobby with a new perspective. I go a level deeper and ponder the lessons or messages that that particular plant or animal is trying to tell me through its morphology, activity, context and/or sounds. Here are three birds I’ve recently encountered that have reminded me of three very important lessons.