Leaning In

It’s strange the things that save your life from day to day. My sister recently completed training to become a Holy Yoga instructor. Naturally, being the supportive sibling I am, this means I’ve spent the last several months contorting and twisting my body into various poses and positions. Confession: I hate yoga. Confession: I love … Continue reading Leaning In

Used to Be: On Grief and Losing Yourself

January 30th would’ve been my dad’s 66th birthday. Ten days before that was the third anniversary of his death. The ten days between his passing and birthday are always subtly excruciating. I’m raw and sensitive, far too introspective, and particularly moody. I find myself subconsciously reflecting on (mourning) the ways my life is not what … Continue reading Used to Be: On Grief and Losing Yourself