I still count leaving Seattle as the easiest and most difficult decision I've ever made.
For the Record is a look back at the month that was: I share my current obsessions, future plans, and other snapshots from a well-lived life in progress. Oh, what a month it’s been! It feels as though we’re rushing at breakneck speed toward the end of another year, and I’m trying to hold on …
Unlike many people--who may need to watch Elf every year to kick off the season or who love Love, Actually--I feel as though my favorite holiday movies are a bit less conventional.
These days—maybe it’s got something to do with growing older—something within me is slowly shifting focus away from what was and what will be to what is. In short, I am learning to be thankful for the now.
When the weather turns gray and rainy, my thoughts inevitably turn to time spent indoors in front of a roaring fire, coupled with a good book, a warm drink, and that most necessary of accessories, a chunky knit blanket or throw.
Both Disney and Apple have launched new streaming services recently, so is now the time for me to jump ship from my tried-and-true platform Netflix? Heck, no. Why? Because, in my opinion, Netflix has always been a great value, I can stream episodes of Star Trek: The Next Generation whenever I want, and as we’re …
The following work travel essentials now have a permanent place on my packing list when I’m traveling professionally.
This single-serving frittata is now one of my new favorites: quick and easy to prepare, and a protein- and fiber-rich alternative to higher-carb options like bagels or pancakes.
October is always a weird transitional month, don’t you agree?
Since, today was my first time being in New Jersey during the anniversary of Sandy's landfall, it's been an important reminder of the importance of having an emergency preparedness kit.