Why I Wear A Mask

At the start of the year the terms “COVID-19” and “Coronavirus”, were new words used to label a new virus. This once obscure term that labeled an obscure virus would become a household name that would completely shape and define the new year. Doctors provided the public with new information about the virus from it’s…

Dare to Be Real

Social distancing is asking us to be real in ways that is proving to be a challenge.

I am Thankful for: Recent Memories

“What was the last meal you had at a restaurant?” My sister asked sometime last week during dinner. It took me a awhile to answer her question because I could not rember. Everything changed so quickly, yet the days feel so long and drawn out. The days blend together making each day feel like Sunday….

Wisdom Wednesday #90 – Good News

Happy Wednesday! I hope this Wednesday finds you safe, healthy and in good spirits. If you are feeling a bit isolated or blue, todays Wisdom may brighten your day or warm your heart. Because of the current circumstances we are in, actor John Krasinski, launched Some Good News, to counter all the daunting news around…

Tune Tuesday #55 – Balance

Happy Tuesday! I have been social distancing for almost four weeks. As a freelancer / contracted employee, for over thirteen years, my work by nature has made me adaptable. For years I worked in the entertainment industry. My offices would be in business complexes, hotel conference rooms, hotel rooms, on studio lots and when I…

The Distance Between Us

6 Feet Apart. Social Distancing. Work from Home. School from Home. COVID-19 has forced everyone to stay home, creating space between people, families and communities for the health and safety of all. There are some defiant, not taking it serious, I do what I want people that are making it worse for everyone. If you…

This is Not Normal

Our current reality, that people are calling the “new normal” is something else. I am grateful for the conversations that we are having around topics that range from: health care, access to resources, housing, work from home, living wages, sick leave etc. There are so many critical conversations that we are having as a country,…

Moment of Thanks

It’s Thursday!? Social distancing is an interesting experience. The days blend together and sometimes feel like an entire week has passed. I remember when I lived in Los Angeles, there were times when I spent an entire Saturday or Sunday at home. It was always a nice treat for me to rest, be and catch…

Our True Nature

It’s Friday! A lot has changed in four short days. At the beginning of the week I felt the effects of stress in my body and my ability to focus. It’s been hard for me to wrap my head around how swiftly things have changed. I went to the store on Wednesday and forgot to…

I am Thankful for: Hope

Hello! I just stumbled upon a video that touched my heart. The video was created by the Chino Hills High School choir. They had a performance this week that was canceled. However, the students did the next best thing, they came together digitally to sing for a larger audience. The song they sang could not…

Wisdom Wednesday #89 – What We Care About

It’s 1AM in my part of the world as I write this post. This is the bit of quiet time that I get to unwind from the day with this new, temporary normal. I don’t have anxiety, but I have been more anxious in the past few days. There are so many variables. There is…