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It is indeed a golden time. Gold is valuable, coveted and radiant. As humans, we seem to have an innate attraction to “go for the gold”. During 2022, I was able to experience many variations of gold. SOLID GOLD This year was a groundbreaking year. My 50th birthday...

In August of this year, I celebrated the 25th anniversary of moving to Los Angeles. I arrived to Burbank just four months after the song “Seasons of Love” made it’s Broadway debut. From the Pulitzer Prize-winning musical RENT, the iconic song considers what experiences and...

Ever since I moved to Los Angeles, I have always celebrated the annual anniversary of my move.  I believe in honoring milestones.  Some measure life through time, I measure through milestones.   For me, 2020 was a year of milestones.  I mark this year as the...

My favorite decade has always been the 90s. In those ten years, I learned so much about myself and was shaped by struggles, unconditional love and light from above. (It was also my favorite era for television, music and movies). In looking back on my past year,...

Listening to an audio book this past fall, this realization by the author struck a chord with me: "I'm at a point in life where I have more yesterdays than tomorrows". Immediately, I wondered where I fall on that spectrum. Many would say I have...

A couple of months back, I scrolled through Facebook and saw a comment that read: "The way we live, we fit a lot of life in a year." Reading that made me pause and think. 2016 was a year filled with so many events, that I feel...

Very few things have permanency in this world. I've reflected on that thought throughout this entire year.  Events, possessions, moments, life - they all eventually come to an end.  2015 has come, and will soon be gone.  Moments and experiences have come and gone.  People have come...

You know that show, HOARDERS on A&E? The one that tells the sad tales of how people succumb to the addiction of storing and saving to extreme and often debilitating levels? I find that I can somehow relate to that. Not in terms of possessions...