Category Archives: Deep Thoughts

What I Really Mean When I Say No

                    Dear Men of America: I was raised to be a “good girl”, a kind and thoughtful person who expressed herself genteelly and never ever raised her voice in public. This … Continue reading

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It’s all a Stage

          Whenever my teenage self committed any sort of infraction from coming home late to getting upset over something trivial, my step-father would say “life is not a series of one act plays”. He thought this … Continue reading

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I’m Still Wearing Your Name

                Yesterday I unfriended someone. This isn’t something I do a lot. I don’t require all my friends (real or virtual) to believe or think exactly like me. If I did I’d be … Continue reading

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Silencing My Inner Critic

          A friend and I were talking the other day about our Inner Critics. The Inner Critic (IC) is that voice that plays in your head whenever you open your mouth to sing or put pen … Continue reading

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Making It Work

        I have watched Project Runway since it began, and it’s not my love for clothes that keeps bringing me back every season, it’s Tim Gunn. First of all, he has the best vocabulary of anyone on … Continue reading

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Hungry Like the Wolf

    There is a Native American legend that says that within each of us are two wolves constantly battling for dominance. The first wolf is evil, full of anger and greed and hatred and every negative thing you can … Continue reading

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