THIS WEEK I'M LOVING spring plants + cauliflower crust pizza + new moon food and friend love + coaching calls + new hope + conversations about vocation + reading about Edgar Cayce + clearing stuff outta here!
In this Studio Talk, I'm talking about the questions I'm answering as I stand at my current gateway and exploring things like missing myself as a fiction writer, letting go of dreams and picking them back up again, time and energy management, compensation for work, the weirdness of money, pretending to be like other people, the advice I would give my younger self.
THIS WEEK I'M LOVING Watching everything I can find that's shot in L.A., including It's All Relative ( I heart Leah and Angelo) + resting my cold so it can move on outta here + getting back to yoga + working with new peeps + dreaming about a return to SoCal
Another month has come and gone, so I'm rounding up my favorite images from my Instagram.
This month, we went to California and I took about 50 billion pictures - all favorites.
I've been dreaming about L.A. since around about middle school, and Tracy, who has been several times to record music, already knew he loved it there.
When we started planning our trip, we decided to stay in Laurel Canyon. The history of this area, the people who lived here, the music that was made, the way culture and history was informed by it - that's what drew us in and I'm so glad we chose the Canyon as our home base. Nothing could have been more perfect for us.
THIS WEEK I'M LOVING bright eyeshadow + the way I feel when I don't eat wheat or sugar + gently stretching past my comfort + a surprise package on my porch filled with beautiful, delightful things + taking things slowly as to not get freaked out + finally breaking through my plateau and releasing another pound.
My loves, it is Ash Wednesday.
And Valentine's Day.
And we are right on the cusp of a new moon eclipse (which happens to fall on my birthday.)
Sounds like the time for a Studio Talk if there ever was one.
I have always been captivated by St. Bernadette and the Lourdes vision. There is something so beautiful, so gentle, so fierce about it - the way the young girl doesn't know what she is seeing, but knows that she is compelled to return; the way Mary shows up again and again, revealing a little at a time about who she is, who Bernadette is.