This has been a long time coming. I get asked so often by friends and family that are coming here to Denver or Colorado, what they need to do, see and eat! So here’s my list of faves, including healthy eats and my favorite restaurant of all time, which I will be honest with you, was really hard to put on this list…for fear that it will be even that much harder to get a seat at when I want to go. But if you like it and you like others, sharing is key! So Thank you for allowing me to want to share it with ya’ll!Read More
I started a tradition about 7-8 years ago where at the end of every year I go through my goals from the previous year that have been sitting in a jar in my kitchen. I don’t use the term “resolutions” because it feels too rigid of a term and often when we don’t accomplish them we tend to term them “failures”. Instead, I like to use the term “goals”. These we can have and they can shift and take new shape as we grow. As I review my goals from that year, I divide them into one of three categories: completed/accomplished, incomplete/unfulfilled but still important to me, and finally, not achieved but no longer important to me. Then for the new year, I’ll revise any of the goals I still want to keep from last year, throw out the ones that no longer serve me, and write new ones. These go back in to the jar for the new year. Every now and then I’ll look back at them to check in, see where I am and remind myself of ones I may have forgotten (I also just started keeping this list on my phone as well, in case I want to look at them when I am not home). For me this is such a positive and fun activity around the new year, as well as, a great guide and reminder of what’s important throughout the year.Read More
Hi there again! Happy Hump Day! I wanted to pop on here for a quick post today. I just watched the 2016 Olympic anthem, "Rise" by Katy Perry. And it's breathtaking and so moving, I had tears in my eyes. I was so inspired I had to share it with everyone in case you haven't seen it yet.
I hope it inspires you as much as it did me. Enjoy!
I have visited New York City dozens of times. And yet, though I've never been a resident, I have this strong affinity for it. I still harbor hope that I will someday live there, no matter how brief and live in full experience. In the meantime, this time lapse video is so amazing and well-done, it nearly brought me to tears. Happy Monday!