Moving back home to LA has been an adjustment on various dimensions. I was lucky to land back in LA with a cushion and support by staying at my parent’s home for a few months. Of course, this space, which I was able to call mine and should have fit right in, no longer felt… Continue reading FlowMosa and Mid Century: The spaces we create, the places we go
“Our film and the people in it all bear witness to the simple fact that Matt Shepard was a good person—an amazing person with a bright future who tragically fell victim to the ignorance and hatred that persists in our society today.” -Michele Josue, Director Yesterday I had the privilege to be at the LA… Continue reading What is Love?: Reflections on Matt Shepard is a Friend of Mine
A week ago when I decided to brainstorm and start writing, I took down some notes and structured what I wanted to write. However, it was not the time. The last two weeks have been a whirlwind of emotions combined with new experiences in my professional and personal life, which all served a purpose of learning new… Continue reading How to perpetuate positivity and productivity?
I do not thrive on comfort, but discomfort is what tends to give me the adrenaline rush I need.
Today was one of those days when I set every intention to get things done, but minuscule challenges came my way and tested my patience. I set my alarm for 6am and did a fine job getting up to get ready to arrive to the office by 7:30am. A few accidents in the house, including the perfectly sized glass entering… Continue reading Mystical Marrakech and Disorderly Lives
I woke up this morning fighting with myself, because my body has decided that since we returned from the Southern Hemisphere (almost two weeks now), we are going to wake up around 5am. I shut my eyes hoping for one more hour, but my mind was already set on it’s mission for the day. I still fought it, but finally… Continue reading It’s a Mindset Thing