I am a-sniffling but have managed to get myself to work. Alas, for me, that is one of the six things for me to do before New Year's Eve. As I rush to work through the throngs of tourists, I often wonder what it's like to be a tourist at this time of the year … Continue reading 6 Things To Do between Christmas and New Year’s Day.
I have so many feelings about the unfortunate tragedy of Friday. It's taken days of reflection and thought about how and why these failures manifest. Failure on behalf of the beautiful victims and failure on behalf on a clearly, very sick individual. So much has been said through the media and social networks. I don't know … Continue reading Self-Regeneration & Rebirth: Sandy Hook
The last couple of weeks have me thinking about how I need to simplify happened on it's own...much to my confusion as I wasn't actively trying to do that. However, I am now able to look back and see how much the confusion, the conclusion and the culmination has been a blessing in disguise.and declutter. Most … Continue reading Simply Simplying
Last week I went away for a couple of days by myself to a place I had never visited. I have friends that do this regularly and honestly, I am in awe of them. Or rather I was in awe of them. The retreat proved to be more than just rest but a time of reflection. … Continue reading Malini Goes on a Solo Retreat