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June 8, 2015

Overmedicated and Undernourished

    At the turn of the century, I found myself in my 20s, living 3,000 miles away from home and working at a top graphic design firm as an assistant graphic designer. We worked extensive, difficult hours creating commercials and opening credit sequences for giant companies like AT&T and NBC. For the first... Read More
June 6, 2015

I Posed Naked in My 40s

  One of my earliest memories is of my father yelling at me that I was too old to be running around naked and to put some clothes on. Maybe I was three years old at the time?   The day was scorching hot in the desert where we lived and the wall unit... Read More
June 5, 2015

Motherhood’s Not For Me

  On a rainy summer night in Utah, I saw my best friend for the first time in 10 years.   Time seemed to melt away as soon as that long, overdue hug was finished. We talked for hours. The comfort and ease of conversing with someone who knows me so well, undoubtedly makes her... Read More
June 3, 2015

How Setting Boundaries Sets You Free

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  Women and Boundaries   As women we are acutely aware of other people’s feelings.   Opinions differ as to how to define this—call it the magic of women’s intuition, or a finely-tuned perception developed through experience. Whether it’s society’s cultural engineering, instincts emerging biologically from our role as life givers, or a confluence... Read More