The difference between Style and Fashion  {Series: insights from #GIRLBOSS}
2016 / Adventure in Normal Life / book reviews / Fashion / inspiree by s / Journeys / Professional / Reflections / Series / Style

The difference between Style and Fashion {Series: insights from #GIRLBOSS}

Happy Spring! It is currently snowing and flurrying a beautiful, cold white dusting outside, which is rather funny given the mild winter we’ve had thus far in Boston. In this time of transition and growth that comes with the spring season, I thought it would be perfect to explore the question of the difference between … Continue reading

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Choosing to make the little things count  {Series: insights from #GIRLBOSS}
2016 / Adventure in Normal Life / book reviews / Journeys / Professional / Reflections / Series

Choosing to make the little things count {Series: insights from #GIRLBOSS}

It will be a balmy 70 degrees out in Boston today! It feels like spring. On my first walk outside this morning, I was already excited for a wonderful Wednesday. The sun is out, the birds seem to have happily returned to nest near one of our windows, and iced coffee and tea are on … Continue reading

Create  {Series: insights from #GIRLBOSS}
2016 / book reviews / Journeys / Reflections / Series

Create {Series: insights from #GIRLBOSS}

Create. Explore without abandon, with the view of a child in a new world, ready to step into artistry and create. This is your adventure. Happy 2016! Continue reading

3 beautiful questions to ask yourself to guide and motivate you today 
Reflections / wellness

3 beautiful questions to ask yourself to guide and motivate you today 

It’s a chilly Monday and I thought I would share with all of you a few words of wisdom shared by Latham Thomas,  the keynote speaker at the spectacular Farm to Table dinner at the W.E.L.L. Summit I attended in early November.        She spoke with great kindness and presence to a room full … Continue reading

Seeing the whole person 
Reflections

Seeing the whole person 

I am a recent subscriber to The New Yorker magazine. My line of work calls for continual reading and digesting of scientific findings in journals of the broadly medical nature. As an unfortunate byproduct, reading for pleasure and to fulfill other education needs had taken to falling to second to (many) last priorities, and after … Continue reading