Monthly Archives: August 2015

Sobriety

I have never considered myself an addict. The times I have found myself binge drinking – motivated by a desperation to feel something less anxious, less frightened, less dull or confined – I have always been able to stop when … Continue reading

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Being Displaced

I didn’t want to open my eyes. I knew I was somewhere beautiful, but totally unfamiliar. Last night, I arrived at this rustic and elegant home in Woodacre, CA after winding in and out of the red woods and rolling … Continue reading

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I Am More Than Just a Person – I Am a Woman

It was not my intention to write a blog about women’s issues, but after the post about my health, I was suddenly faced with the challenge of appearing not just as a person navigating the world outside of traditional employment, … Continue reading

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An Ode to Being Thin-Skinned

On evenings like these, the air is thick and heavy. It barely moves. The dinner party I’ve attended wraps up right when the wine is warming me up and I feel like a hive in full bloom. I envision everyone … Continue reading

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