Life’s Obstacles & Curve Balls

(I’m going to preface this post with the fact I am not in a place to believe what I wrote here. I admittedly wrote it a few days ago when I was in more of my typical positive frame of mind. Today, I’m exhausted from people and think that a hermit lifestyle sounds appealing but … More Life’s Obstacles & Curve Balls

The Library

The subject line of this blog might indicate some kind of metaphorical allegory of some kind but nope, it’s really just about the library. My love of libraries specifically. For as long as I can remember, I’ve been excited about books. As a kid, there were exactly 3 occasions in a year that would make … More The Library

Life’s Little Victories (and Mistakes)

I mentioned in an earlier post about some insanely fantastic wisdom Susan Sarandon shared on an episode of Oprah’s Lifeclass. She essentially said that it’s not the victories in life that we learn and grow from, it’s the mistakes. I’ve talked about my thoughts on everything happening for a reason, making mistakes, and my belief … More Life’s Little Victories (and Mistakes)

The Failure Perspective

So I just finished watching Oprah’s Lifeclass with Susan Sarandon and I had the overwhelming compulsion to write (I love it when that happens!). She’s always been one of my favorite actresses and I’ve greatly admired her stance on political and human rights issues but after watching this I realized just what an incredibly intelligent and … More The Failure Perspective

Balancing Act

So as my last entry indicated, I’ve been struggling with this idea of balance in my life lately…with trying to find the in-between. I guess it’s still a part of that wanting to have all the answers and be “perfect” that I’m working on letting go of. I read a quote on someone’s Facebook this … More Balancing Act