A short stopover in the painful reality of present-day NYC.
(6) don’t blame me this time
Sometimes it just sucks, and sometimes it takes a little extra strength to keep reminding myself that there's a lot out of my control.
this leg of the news journey
No need to force a good news story into place, better to let it just run its course.
My December to Remember: Round Two
31 days to transform the future with the news stories of my past.
11) i hear you, do you hear me
It's a kind thing to let people speak. It's even kinder to let them finish before it's your turn.
full steam ahead
I'm over here waving my nautical flags, hoping to God they can send a crew to save me.
an update from one of the many rest stops along the way
The only way I can achieve these dreams is to get out there and learn what it means to fly solo.
Care if I talk?
There comes a point in our lives where it becomes necessary to examine our paths. We put every decision we've made up until this point under the microscope in order to assess our next steps. This happens when we realize things aren't working out the way we'd like them to. A drastic change has to … Continue reading Care if I talk?
Standing up for what’s right
We have a listening problem these days. In a world swollen with big news report after bigger news report, it's understandable as to why that may be. We're swimming in a sea of stories that barely get resolved before the next big tidal wave hits our shores. So we're expected to care about a long … Continue reading Standing up for what’s right
Me, you, and you should too
Aziz Ansari is the latest Hollywood guy to be thrust under the "Me Too" microscope, after a woman's blistering account of (what I would consider) a terrible date/hookup with him that ended in shame, regret, and a pervasive feeling of violation. I'm not here to minimize whatever this woman went through, nor am I downplaying … Continue reading Me, you, and you should too