There is a conversation that I feel like I have been having a lot lately, resonating even more in light of turning a year older this past week. It is on the subject of finding that fine balance between hard work and surrender.Read More
Lately, despite life reaching slightly hectic heights, there is one thing that I have consistently been making time for: books. I have been reading without fail first thing each morning and just before going to sleep. Sometimes it is the same book, sometimes I juggle a non-fiction in the morning and fiction at night (always in that order for some reason), but it has become so rooted into my days that I am packing multiple books for my upcoming trip, just so that I don’t run out of reading material and ruin my comfy little routine.Read More
I have been what you could call a "travel tease" for too long.
It is time to finally share with you all where I am headed in exactly two weeks and six days.
“Spring passes and one remembers one's innocence.
Summer passes and one remembers one's exuberance.
Autumn passes and one remembers one's reverence.
Winter passes and one remembers one's perseverance.”
-Yoko Ono, Season of Glass
As a modern dancer, one of the first things you learn is not just to focus on what happens inside of your own body, but also on experiencing the space around you.Read More
There is no doubt that the changing over of seasons stirs something up inside of all of us. I have always loved spring, with it’s way of rebirthing what was hibernating and buried underground for so long, but the downside is that this is the time of year when I get particularly antsy. I feel the tickling need for travel, more activity, new choreography, or some kind of big project. I start to spin out of that tranquil, slow-motion winter pace, wanting to burst out of hibernation with color and pomp.Read More