What I Learned from Hurricane Sandy

First off, much love and thoughts go out to those who were affected by Sandy. Second, here’s what I learned from Sandy: 1. The howl of the wind is pretty frightening. 2. Always have extra snacks because it never fails. The craving and necessity of Cherry Garcia and Funyons at 1am is undying. 3. My…

One Year Anniversary of Malinism

And in that year I have learned so much as an artist and as me.   Many thanks for your comments and thoughts. They are great! —————————————————————————————– EstroGenius Festival opens next month. If you are in the NYC area, check us out. Info is below: Who Says 13 Isn’t Lucky? EstroGenius, the month-long celebration of…

Published Poet – Check

As you know I am all about making dreams into reality. When it comes to my own, I usually have to work through the fear, do it and let go. That was the case with my poetry. I love writing poems. Last summer I faced my fear of writing and reading my poems in a…

Are You Who You Say You Are?

Maya Angelou says  “When someone shows you who they are, believe them the first time.” People are who they say they are.  I am a follower of Thoughts Become Things. Whether those thoughts are positive or negative, they do manifest into reality.  As of late, I have noticed meanness for the sake of being mean,…

Rant III: There’s No Need for Condescension

I wrote the rant, thought I saved it but alas, I did not. The gist of the post was that it is so unnecessary to be condescending. The tone of your voice doesn’t sound nice. You come off very arrogant. You sound mean and a bit elitist.  I have been the recipient of this over…