Happy New Year!
I don’t know about you, but when I woke up on New Year’s Day I felt an ease that wasn’t there in 2018. 2018 I hustled, blinders on, with an urgency to create and deliver content. This year, I’m sharing my hard work on this site, on digital platforms, TV and with LAMB as it makes the rounds at the festivals. I still have plenty of work to do, but I’m going to lean into the ease of 2019… My mantra for 2019 is Do Less. Be More. In other words, valuing trust and faith in the process over the hustle. The hustle burns me out, drains my creativity and feels inauthentic to my process. To Be More is about owning my voice, craft and experience, and knowing my specific talent has a home and an audience. Being More is about Trust & Truth… In 2019 I want to collaborate with people and brands that inspire and expand me on content that impacts, connects and heals. Who’s in?
Three things that have changed my life so far in 2019:
- Pocket - I devour content: Podcasts, Articles, Videos… and I found one place where I can store and organize all of it! Check out the app Pocket. It’s an easy, organized arsenal for your information.
- Celery Juice - I heard about the transformative healing power of celery juice from three people over the holiday, and when I hear about something from three sources, I have to try it. One friend pointed me in the direction of the Medical Medium who I recently saw interviewed in the documentary HEAL. He says, Celery’s ability to break down and flush out viruses is life-changing news for anybody who has been told they have an autoimmune disease. It effectively rebuilds the stomach’s complex balance and supply of hydrochloric acid. It also strengthens the digestive system by helping heal the liver, which leads to an increase in bile production, easing constipation and bloat. Plus by lowering levels of pathogens such as bacteria and viruses, it leads to strengthened intestinal linings. Celery juice is one of the most profound ways to restore digestive health. I’m drinking the celery juice kool aid for 30 days before my morning coffee, which is a HUGE sacrifice, but something tells me it will be worth it.
- The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, Season 2 - This show is a feast! The way it’s shot, the performances, the writing, tone, costumes, I could go on… Take your time with this show. Devour it like a rich Godiva bar, one bite at a time.