Self Sabotage

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Let me tell you a little something about self sabotage. Self sabotage will fu*k your world up if you let it. I don’t necessarily think that people are scared to succeed, love, or live their best life. I imagine they are probably scared of the exact opposite, not succeeding, not finding love, and letting mediocre […]

When the Universe Unites Kindred Spirits


Sometimes the universe connects people in unexpected ways. I’ve been posting about my radio retirement and traveling the world and all of these things and I have been so excited. I try to respond to as many messages and comments as possible. One particular comment came from Katryce’s little sister. Katryce is the mastermind behind […]

I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings

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So, last night I’m lying in bed. I can’t sleep and I have this relentless thought, “I know why the caged bird sings.” It’s there, in my mind, in the middle of the night just screaming at me. “I know why the caged bird sings.” It’s a nice thought, it doesn’t hurt…and some thoughts do […]

The Highly Sensitive Child

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The Highly Sensitive Child. I knew early on that my Munchie was special. I know a lot of parents think their kids are special so let me explain further. Of course, I thought she was special in the sense that she was my child and we all think our kids are special, but she was […]

A Phoenix Always Rises

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Two years ago, spirit in shambles, I set out to London on a solo trip. I had NEVER done anything on my own. I had always considered myself a twin-dividual. But here I was, in London, completely alone and to my surprise- I THRIVED. My goal was to spend six hours a day writing my […]

Empathy and Eyebrows Podcast Episode 1


Mad Momma: One Night in a Psych Ward. It chronicles how media, motherhood and mental health struggles landed me in the psych ward for one night. How 14 years in media and living so publicly (listeners and followers have followed my first heartbreak, marriage, children, infidelity, divorce and the sexual rumspringa of my post-divorce months) […]

Less Public, More Private

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Less public, more private… what does that even look like?  I have spent almost 15 years living a very public life. I know that a major part of my success has come from my willingness to be so open about everything. It has allowed people to connect and relate and because of that I have […]