day 14 – the start

Starting is not easy; often times it is the hardest thing to do.  It is full of uncertainty, requires getting comfortable with the not so comfy stuff, putting yourself out there and taking a risk. As I reflect on these 30 years of living I think of how many ideas, dreams and goals have gone… Read more »

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day 12 – jtree

Two roads diverged in a wood, and I… I took the one less traveled by, and that has made all the difference. – Robert Frost   This year has been all about change, transformation, growth, reflection, action, and surrender.  Over the summer I beat the impossible – I took a leap and went on a rock… Read more »

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day 13 – memories

“There are only two ways to live your life. One is as though nothing is a miracle. The other is as though everything is a miracle.” ― Albert Einstein 30 years flies by pretty quickly when you’re having fun, surrounded by the greatest people in the world. 30 photos for 30 years…

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day 11 – don’t sweat

It doesn’t have to be done all at once.  It will never all be finished.  There will be more.  And that is a wonderful thing.  It means I am still alive.  The end will be the end, and until then the book is still being written.  And I am the author. I was the kid… Read more »

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day 10 – poison vs nectar

Writing a blog a day is hard work.  Especially after super long, intensely filled days.  A friend of mine, the wonderful Chelsea Vespa, otherwise known as LA Nanny, recently asked me the following questions after a mini breakdown while writing #30daysto30: Are you sure this isn’t making you crazy? Are you getting any joy out… Read more »

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day 9 – real

Halloween. A day to dress up and be something/someone else. Often used as an excuse to be excessive.  Eat tons of shitty candy, dress like a slutty whore, drink like a fish, etc.  Sorry to take all the fun out of it, but…  I personally use it as an excuse to crimp my hair once… Read more »

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day 8 – exactly where I need to be

My first yoga class (outside of a gym) was in 2005 at the Omega Institute while on a life-altering mommy-daughter trip with my momma and our good friends Bari and Ali (DogtailsShop.com).  My mom had started practicing yoga about a year prior and had been trying to convince me to attend with her.  During our… Read more »

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day 7 – bad day

  Struggling to find the words tonight.  I have 8 minutes until it is no longer day 7 and chances are this post won’t be up.  Fail.  Does it count if I haven’t gone to bed yet? The day started off ok, busy (as always), but overall smooth sailing.  Then I entered the danger zone. … Read more »

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day 6 – list

Growing up we’re taught about how difficult it is to be a teenager, how much transition happens as one grows into an “adult”.  Back then it was made to seem that while the teens are super tough, the 20s would be easy – graduate from college, start a great career, buy a house, piece of… Read more »

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day 5 – thoughts

Where thoughts go, energy flows… …the Internet went out.  FUCK!  Here I am on vacation stressed as fuck because I can’t get my work done, I can’t write my blog.  How messed up is that?! and then the self-doubt kicks in – what’s the point anyways? Nobody is going to read this thing.  Nobody gives… Read more »

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