My annual choosing of the words that will drive me in the new year and give me focus in all I do.
As the year draws to a close, I wanted to share some personal thoughts on how 2015 was for me.
I’m very curious to watch ‘Breakthrough: Fighting Pandemics.’ on National Geographic Channel.
A recap of my day at the Topsfield Fair stop of the U.Fund Dreams Tour.
The MTV Video Music Awards are still some of the most random hours of entertainment you can ever find on television.
A quick look back at the week that was.
Recent events have reminded me that it is time to refresh some of my personal security skills.
If it scares you a little bit, it might be the perfect thing to do next. Get out there and enjoy the adventure of life.
Thursday morning and my head is full of thoughts on a variety of topics.
A random pile of wood in the woods or something more. You decide.
Ever wondered what young voters are looking for from presidential candidates? I was, so I asked my class last night.
We only had a week with our exchange student, but I have a feeling we’ve created a lifelong bond.
If you know a brand who wants to be part of something amazing at SXSW, we need to talk.
One little word that I think would improve so much for all those around us.
Winter in New England means snow and this year we certainly have plenty of it!
A yearly exercise of choosing three words to focus on in the new year instead of easy to forget resolutions.
Anyone else think that today is a weird day every year? That Monday between Christmas and New Years.
Roxie’s passing has me thinking about a lot of things and at this moment it is around the meanings of ‘presence.’
Thanksgiving weekend and I was psyched to be outside.
There is SO much going on right now that I want to update you on, but don’t have the time to write in depth about. So, here is a quick recap on all that is going on.
Today is the first day of school here and one of my kids didn’t ride the bus.
After three weeks of vacation, the coming weeks will be busy ones.
Justin Levy is a good friend of mine and he is facing the biggest challenge of his life and I’m trying to help him out.
Quick escape to one of my favorite spots in Vermont.
Life right now is a bit confusing, but in the end I know that I’m going to be ok and that everything around me will be ok.