In her book, Settled: How to Find Calm in a Stress-Inducing World, Ms. Donnelly invites readers to establish a more settled place for their emotional and physical well-being using a variety of well-researched, body-based techniques. Her style of writing is both personal and engaging and I have already suggested both her book and ‘how-to’ videos to support clients who are struggling to stay within their window of tolerance.Read More
Arts & Media
These works underscore the enduring strength and resilience of our community. I am optimistic that the forthcoming generation will boldly seek fair and equal compensation, rightfully recognizing the immense value we contribute to the workforce.Read More
Nearly twenty years after its original publication, Barack Obama’s statement on the political
landscape in the U.S. at the time eerily rings true today as it did in 2006.
The notion that what ‘binds us together is greater than what drives us apart’ is truly the only path for a great society to pursue the vision of an equitable, diverse, accessible and inclusive nation.Read More
Watching “American Fiction,” I was prompted to reflect on the diversity within the Black experience. Being Black myself, the film underscored that our racial identity doesn’t mean we have the same set of experiences. The differences in our stories don’t diminish our Blackness; rather, they enrich it with a multitude of narratives and perspectives.Read More
It is a brand new year and while most people are looking to shed some undesired weight, eat more salads at lunch and participate in Dry January, I’ve been investigating which pop culture moments and releases are celebrating anniversaries in 2024. Here is a list of twelve significant snapshots from every month that are celebrating anniversaries.Read More
Despite the many holiday movies and all their witty quotes and sayings, IMHO there is one that triumphs over all… Elf (2003).Read More
“Jean-Michel Basquiat: King Pleasure” is more than an art exhibit; it is a journey through the life of a remarkable artist whose vision transcended the boundaries of his time.”Read More
If you had a pulse and were under the age of eleven in 1993, the Power Rangers consumed your life. From light up sneakers, fruit snacks, school supplies, to even shaving kits for kids (yes, for whatever reason these were popular with 90’s kids)…Read More
Many people think the purpose of art is to be beautiful, and while aesthetics are important, I also contend the purpose of art has a deeper value. Art is here to encourage discourse and exploration of our own understandings. Art can interact with abstract elements like gravity and space like nothing else.Read More
Inside a kitchen
Perfect light, scenography, humble appreciation and respect for the kitchen; poetically working in wonderful symmetry, grace, civility, devotion and love.
I fully enjoyed my Bamyan visit. As I approached Bamyan Boutique, 72, and Showroom at number 51 rue Saint-Louis-en-l’Île, on a tranquil late-morning Tuesday, I floated on the feeling.Read More
Tahir closes his narrative with a reflections,”We are finally free, but those we love the most are suffering still, left behind in that tortured land. Each time we think of them, we burn with guilt. We will see those dear ones only in our dreams.”Read More