On Whiplash

On Whiplash

We all know that Real change is an inside job But what about when the outside whirls past Quicker than my heart has time to process Than my veins have time to pump This new blood Refreshed with oxygen and optimism Through all the cracks and corners in my body. I’ve always had poor circulation, [...]

How easily i find myself slipping into melancholy

How easily i find myself slipping into melancholy

How easily I find myself slipping into melancholy A steely grey overtone permeates my innermost workings, the cracks in my brain ooze wistfulness when pressed. Even when things are going well the sun can be shining and still it’s like a London fog descends upon my essence and I find myself floating through the world [...]

Split Ends

Split Ends

I went to the hair salon They told me my hair was so healthy No split ends! Really well taken care of. I went to the dentist “You have beautiful teeth,” said the hygienist. “Keep up the great work!” said my (female, notably) dentist as she scraped at my $3-grand pearly whites for 8.2 seconds. [...]

Are All Transitions Created Equal?

Are All Transitions Created Equal?

It’s become pretty clear to me over the years that I am not the best at handling transitions. I mean, sure, an onlooker may dip in and see that my whole life up to this point has been a series of really big transitions, all pursued and fought for and secured by yours truly, but [...]

Episode 09 | Sophie Miranda on Breakups, Bodies, & Doing the Work

Today I'm talking with my dear friend Sophie Miranda about the power of our thoughts, calming the mind and getting grounded, creating healthy boundaries, toxic relationships, breakups, and a multi-hyphenate career. EPISODE NOTES Some of the things Sophie and I cover in this episode: spirituality and what it means to usthe deep work required to [...]

Episode 08 | Chelsea Connors on Millennial Coaching, Transitions, & Handling Uncertainty

Today I am talking with Chelsea Connors, a millennial coach and therapist. Chelsea is a Certified Life Coach supporting twenty-somethings during the difficult transition to adulthood through individual and group coaching. She has a master’s degree in Counseling from Johns Hopkins University and is registered as a National Certified Counselor (NCC). She is a Licensed [...]

Episode 07 | Khalil Jones on Entrepreneurship, Building Confidence, & Working w/ Family

This week I'm talking to 23-year-old Khalil Jones, an entrepreneur in the fitness industry. Khalil and his two brothers are identical triplets, and together they founded Triyo fitness, a fitness organization based in Philadelphia that helps clients lose fat, build muscle, and transform into the best versions of themselves. I met the Jones triplets while [...]

Episode 06 | Betsy Boggs on Rurality & Race in Education

This is a special episode because I am talking to one of my childhood besties, Betsy Boggs! Betsy just completed her Master's degree in Education, Culture, and Society from the University of Pennsylvania. She is pursuing doctoral study . in order to continue research on rural spaces and education reform. On this episode, Betsy and [...]

Episode 05 | Ana Maria Conneely on The Mind-Body Connection

Today I'm talking with Ana Maria Conneely, a 32-year-old yoga teacher and massage therapist based in London. We talk about the importance of understanding the mind-body connection from a holistic perspective, and how tuning out our emotions can have a physical impact. On this episode, we discuss: the mind-body connectionhonoring your body & your needshow [...]