Something about being an actor and going to school for theater you hear a lot about your comfort zone. I am sure every hears this phrase, especially in college, but when you are putting yourself out the on a stage on a regular basis, I think it comes up way more. It’s no surprise I … More Goodbye, Comfort Zone
Do you ever feel like you are drowning and you’ve lost sight of the shore. We always use that to describe something bad, but maybe it’s good. Maybe it helps you become a stronger swimmer. I feel like I left the shore so long ago, and I am just dealing with what the ocean brings. … More Losing Sight of the Shore
It’s true. I literally cried over a burger. Yes, it was awkward and weird. Let’s start with the truth. I haven’t been great on my diet as of late. But, I haven’t been terrible either. I haven’t binged or really gone crazy. Instead I had little cheats here and there: a handful of Girl Scout … More I Cried Over a Burger
Since it is Valentine’s Day, I am dedicating this post to my amazing husband Andrew. He is more than I deserve. He is my everything. The title of the post comes from “Something Good,” from The Sound of Music. The song goes: Perhaps I had a wicked childhood Perhaps I had a miserable youth … More Something Good
I love this quote. It always reminds me that I have the capacity and the permission to be amazing. I shouldn’t need permission to be amazing, but when it comes from Maya Angelou why not just accept it. Thank you, Maya. I am off to be amazing.
Today I listen. I have been trying to meditate and focus more on listening, and less on talking. It’s hard for me though. I am a terrible listener. Just completely awful! That is nothing in comparison to how terrible I am at listening to myself. It goes hand in had with wanting everything now. I … More The Quiet
I am meditating on this quote right now. I always want to all now, to skip the line, or press fast-forward. I’ve seen Click, I know how that ends. I end up waiting for the result, not living in the moment. Today I am remembering to take it one day at a time!