My Math Doesn’t Speak

I was never good at math and sometimes (read: always) count on my fingers when calculating my tip, but this band…is pretty much the froth on my latte and one of my ALL-TIME favorite bands. Ever….ever…ever. So…I wanted to share the electric love with you. Welcome  to MUTEMATH, friends. MUTEMATH – “Typical” (video shot in […]

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They Trap My Temper

I cannot get enough of this song. It’s just so dreamy and anthemic. It’s like riding shotgun on a slow motion road trip. Sandy, bare feet tickling the dashboard, sun streams keeping time on my face while I hold hands with my super crush and the butterflies in my stomach. Oh, and it makes me […]

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It’s Just Like Riding a Bike

When I was in fourth grade, my parents bought me a bike for Christmas. It was blue and white with a banana seat. It had a plastic, wicker-looking basket that hung out front just begging to be filled with rocks, stray animals (some alive & some not so much), Pop Rocks and a Cabbage Patch […]

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I’m On Purpose

You know what I’ve been thinking a lot about lately? Purpose. Recently, I was part of a divisional layoff with a company that I spent the last three years working at. The best thing about this layoff is, we received a decent severance package that has allowed me a bit of breathing room to reassess […]

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Who’s Got Your Remote Control?

Control. We want it. We sometimes lose it. We try to keep things under it. But, far too often, we simply give it away. I have a confession…As a teenager, I was a social schizophrenic. It’s true. I was totally quiet and shy at school but when I was at church, I was outgoing and […]

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Confessions of a Hoarder

Compulsive hoarding seems to be the newest intervention/reality TV buzz topic recently. Apparently some people are tired of watching Top Celebrity Designing Jersey Housewives. Wikipedia Says: “Compulsive Hoarding (or pathological hoarding) is the acquisition of and failure to use or discard such a large number of seemingly useless possessions that it causes significant clutter and […]

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Why Yes…It IS All About Me

My narcissism was a bit hungry, so I fed it a few random tidbits and it told me to share them. Oh come on, it’s fun and you know it. 1. When I get a drink from a place like Starbucks, the following must occur in order for me to enjoy my caffeinated liquid lava: a.) […]

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The Girl and the Green Jacket

Last week, I was heading to work on one of those cozy stay at home and watch a movie kind of days; gray, cold and rainy. I realized that my tank was thirsty, so I detoured to the gas station and turning on the main road, I saw a young woman standing at a bus […]

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Adam and His Tree

Recently, I was talking to my pastor and I asked him to pick one thing that creative people in ministry have to deal with the most.  He said, “We need to make sure that creativity leads to the Tree of Life, not just the Tree of Creativity and Innovation.  As in the garden, when the […]

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