Selfies; be informed before you use the front facing camera in a foreign country. … More Selfie Control
One of my favorite things to observe the past ten days has been Indian traffic. My first taste was driving in the back of taxi in New Delhi around 8:30pm on a Friday night (akin to NYC). I was overwhelmed and scared. There were so many horns blasting, cars weaving in and out, and people … More Indian traffic
When I logged onto Facebook this past Monday morning I had two new messages from some IRL (in-real-life) friends. Although these friends didn’t know of each other, they were both sending messages with the same sentiments. They were both afraid. When reading their messages about why they were afraid, it came down to the fact … More Q:What are you afraid of? A: A lot, actually.
Personal milestone reached! After two years, three states, four cities, five jobs, and six apartments, I’ve maintained one thing; a piece of writing that started as a free write while I was crashing at a friend’s place in South Philly (shout out Natalia!). What I found reading through the 70+ pages from the last two years is that what … More Writing Moments vs. Remembering Them
I haven’t met anyone yet who each year says “Yea I’m turning the age I should be turning. Just like last year, my life events, finances, and relationships are exactly where they should be according to how many years it’s been since I popped out.” I can already tell you why I haven’t met that … More The Ultimate Birthday Gift
“You don’t write because you want to say something, you write because you have something to say.” – F. Scott Fitzgerald. My words are a call to action for you, and all of us to change the conversation about mental health. I’m not even talking about changing what kind of treatments are needed like medicine … More Changing the Conversation
I’m here. I’ve been in San Francisco for three months now. Part of me feels like I just arrived and another part feels like it’s been a lifetime. Both are true in their own right. This time last year I had just moved to New York and had never been more sure that I was … More Moving from “If, then” to “Now, I am”