This is the very busiest stretch of traveling. I’m in a hotel room in Atlanta right now, about to go over to Catalyst. I’m doing some of the backstage interviews–what’s fun about that is …Read More →
This fall is a traveling season for me–36 events in 17 cities in 13 weeks. So far, it’s been absolutely lovely–such fun connections with friends and readers. Great food, great conversations. And two weeks …Read More →
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I know, I know: five glorious days in California, and the only decent photo I have is of granola? To be fair, it is really, really great homemade granola from Jeannine’s in Montecito, but …Read More →
Today is the kind of day when I really need poetry instead of prose, when I need beauty instead of business, when I need to swim in a deep stream for a minute instead of …Read More →
Heavens. A new school year. Henry and I just went to his first day of school, and then out for a celebratory Happy Meal. (Yeah, I wish that when I asked him where he wanted …Read More →
Sunday night, we had a little release party for Bittersweet–yeah, about a month late. Release week was just too bonkers with the Summit, and the next weekend we were in Cape Cod, the next …Read More →
Theortetically, Mondays and Wednesdays are review days, so yesterday I should have posted a link. But you know me well enough to know that deadlines like that are tricky for me, especially since yesterday I …Read More →
What I mean is that it seems like everyone I know, myself certainly included, really wants to be soaking up the last lovely bits of summer, but instead feels overrun, overscheduled, and overtired.
It feels like …Read More →
As in, this is a blog post about absolutely everything.
In the past week, I ran a half marathon (my first ever race), the new website launched, and Bittersweet released officially. Also I used a …Read More →