Today is Labour Day in Belize, or International Workers’ Day as it’s observed in many other countries. The first day of May is also a traditional celebration of the spring season in some cultures. While I don’t formally celebrate either of these holidays, I am reflecting on the themes inspired by both – growth, renewal, and honoring the work that sustains us. Continue reading “Labour Day”
Ten days felt incredibly full and incredibly short.
Ten days of seeing the people I love and being loved. Ten days of hugs, laughs, good food and too much wine. Of girl talk and late nights. Of wearing more clothes than I’ve worn in months, borrowing boots and scarves for the blizzard. Of riding the subway three times a day, and not really minding. Continue reading “A Return”
Today I walked to Santa Elena, the sister town on the other side of the river. The sky was cloudy and the afternoon was quiet. I had decided to go for a walk to clear my head and calm my nerves. Somehow, this week went awry and I’m finding myself dealing with some shit I thought I had moved on from. Continue reading “Reflections”
Being that it’s my first holiday season away from New York in seven years, I’ve been thinking a lot about my people and all the folks in my life. Continue reading “All Together Now: On Friends, Family & Building My Tribe”
This is a week full of milestone moments. Today marks 60 days of daily yoga practice, tomorrow I’m going to immigration to get my 6-month visitor’s permit stamp, and Thursday is Ro’s and my 4-year anniversary. I’m grateful for all of it. Continue reading “60 Days Of Yoga & A Week Of Milestones”