Two-time Oscar winner, and star of Thelma & Louise, is coming to Montreal on November 17th. Geena Davis always wanted to be an actress. She started her career as a model. Inspired by Lauren Hutton, she thought she could transition … Continue reading
Category Archives: Books
How Do You Nurture The Sacred Holy Within?
Over the holidays I watched Single All The Way. It features Michael Urie, who I fell for in Younger. It’s a love triangle between three men set in New Hampshire. It’s so fun. I recommend it even though the holidays … Continue reading
Summer Contest Giveaway!
Well hello! It’s been a minute. I have been busy enjoying summer and working on the Flipflops Podcast. Are you listening? In case you missed it, it is a podcast about transitions. I speak to fellow creatives and change-makers who … Continue reading
Two Books You Can’t Put Down
Looking for some nail biters you can’t put down? Here are two murder mysteries that take place at a wedding on an exclusive island. Though different in style, both kept me thoroughly entertained. One is a summer read, and one … Continue reading
I Can’t Stop Eating Cookies
Normally, cookies are for Christmas time. A rare treat. I try to keep that “stuff” out of the house. Very wise. During this time, I have found that these types of rules go out the window, just like any plan … Continue reading
10 Fun Things!
As we all cocoon at home, I thought I’d share 10 things that have either made me laugh out loud, provided comfort or got me moving when nothing else could. I hope you are staying safe, healthy and in touch … Continue reading
Alex Ozerov: From Boy Next Door to Another Life
Alex Ozerov didn’t grow up dreaming of being an actor. He was too busy trying to figure out what language to speak. He spent the first 13 years of his life between Russia with his grandparents, the Ukraine with his … Continue reading
Six Links You Can’t Miss!
1 – Season 3 of “Call My Agent” is Now on Netflix. Flawed but impeccably dressed Parisian talent agents get themselves, and their celebrity clients, into absurd situations. It’s not-to-miss television. In French with English subtitles. Don’t worry, it only adds to … Continue reading
5 Ways Writing Every Morning Will Change Your Life
I had always heard about the benefits of journaling first thing every morning, but it wasn’t until I started reading the book “The Artist’s Way” by Julia Cameron that I actually tried it. The book is written with the intention of helping … Continue reading
Why You Need to Read “Circe” by Madeline Miller
I finished reading Circe by Madeline Miller last night as tears slid down my face. The good cathartic kind. Those that come from your heart cracking open, as your mind enters a deep knowing. It has been a while since a … Continue reading