You know what is always in your control? You can always slow down, take a breath, and recalibrate. While the pace of life around you speeds up, stopping to relax, take stock, and breathe can have a revolutionary impact on your day, your week, and even your whole life.
Slowing Down covers living with purpose, food excursions, holidays, taking classes, calligraphy, writing thank yous, and connecting with others, thoughtfully, attentively, and intentionally.
Barn Supper love. In the early fall I love to gather with friends, gab, eat well and be in the outdoors. So on many weekends we gather at...Read This Post
Recently, I attended a farm-to-table dinner set in a barn in Weston, Connecticut. The event was put on by Martha Stewart-favorite, Dirt Road...Read This Post
“We’re free to go where we wish and to be what we are.” - Richard Bach, Jonathan Livingston Seagull You know these gulls are...Read This Post
Billy Collins, former Poet Laureate of the United States writes so beautifully about the ordinary. I thought I would share his poem Snow...Read This Post
Even though we are often taken by the spectacle of the holiday season, I hope your time with your family is full of meaningful and...Read This Post
Thank goodness Barbara, our Big Calligraphy Mind workshop teacher, said that "taking photos of our work is sweet and poignant" because this...Read This Post
In a time of such divisiveness, how we stay connected, where we choose to put our attention becomes increasingly important. For me, I will...Read This Post
Hello Fall! I hope you're enjoying the increasingly crisp fall weather. I've put together a short video saying goodbye to summer and a...Read This Post
I enjoy making at least one photograph each and every day. Summertime photographs are usually some of my favorites because the world is so...Read This Post
Every year, Pantone, the global authority on color, chooses its color of the year. They check out the mood and attitude of the world and...Read This Post
Whether you hate Valentine's Day, love it or fall somewhere in between, here's a fun historic fact: "In the Middle Ages, young men and women...Read This Post
I love visiting new photography and cultural exhibits in New York City. I get inspired to make more photographs and to travel to far and...Read This Post