For the last few years, each birthday I take myself on a date to my fave breakfast spot in New York, sit at the…
Sometimes the most valuable, life changing lessons and opportunities for growth come disguised in the ugliest of packages.
If I were to have a frank tête-à-tête with my 20 year old self, here’s what I’d tell her:
Looking at a situation as being better or worse isn’t nearly as helpful as looking at it simply as what was and what is.
An interesting shift happened when I entered my 30’s. Instead of worrying about my own aging, I began worrying about my parents’ aging. I wish time would slow down for them.
I think we go through cycles of change – when the complete unexpected throws you off your equilibrium –giving you the opportunity to reassess and recalibrate. This past year was one of those cycles for me – and slowly but surely the pieces that were thrown up in the air are falling into place.