Finding Balance On the Road of Life

Finding Balance On the Road of Life

When I was a freshman in college I read M. Scott Peck’s most popular book The Road Less Traveled. I was nineteen, out on my own and in my first grown-up relationship (I thought) so I felt very mature and progressive for reading it. I saw the book on a shelf at home one weekend ...
The Power of Pie

The Power of Pie

It’s the holiday season, the time of year when we reflect on things that matter most – like pie. Pie is a big deal. Everyone has famous family recipes handed down for generations, or a Pinterest find they want to try. Last weekend I was invited to my neighbor’s annual pre-holiday “Pie Night” and I ...
More Gratitude Give Me

More Gratitude Give Me

In order to combat the escalating tyranny of Christmas gobbling up what is supposed to be a season of Thanksgiving, a friend of mine has come up with a brilliant idea. She proposes that Halloween be moved to September 30th so we can be thankful through the months of October and November before we go ...
Delivering On Your Word

Delivering On Your Word

I’m going to write about the election, because there hasn’t been quite enough coverage yet. Jk, I’m exhausted too. But I am going to write about corruption in a government agency: The United States Postal Service. Jk, I’m just going to write about something annoying that happened in a post office parking lot. A few ...
Stirring Up Some Wacky Wookiee Laughter

Stirring Up Some Wacky Wookiee Laughter

I hope you were ready for Halloween before the actual holiday because if you went to the store to get plastic fangs to complete a last minute Edward Cullen costume, you were toast. The stores had already stripped the seasonal aisles of all things spooky and replaced them with all things jolly. It’s sad that ...