Category Archives: creativity

Freedom is an Inside Job

The Freedom Tour has taught me several lessons about myself, love and life: But one of the most important lessons of all: freedom is an inside job This summer I had a chance to experience it first hand – in a dressing room. Of all places. I took a branded shopping trip with my friendContinue Reading

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Let go of the ground that has held you: Glimpse TV with Nancy Levin

Nancy Levin is a bad-ass event producer. She once lived out of a carry-on suitcase for 73 days straight. The most she’s ever been on the road in a year is 213 days. Nancy is a road warrior, no doubt, but she also happens to be a poet and one of my dear friends. WhenContinue Reading

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Glimpse TV gets naked for it’s birthday: Bindu Wiles Anniversary Episode

One year ago today I had the pleasure of interviewing Bindu Wiles for the very first episode of Glimpse TV. We had a giggly, sparkly time up on my roof in NYC with the gorgeous Dyana Valentine as our camera woman. (Watch Dyana’s Glimpse TV episode here and my second episode with Bindu here.) ExactlyContinue Reading

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I never thought I would do this…

A meeting that didn’t quite go as planned. Last February I sat across from my mom’s literary agent, Ned Leavitt, at lunch. I had scheduled the lunch to ask him questions about the publishing world as I was beginning to get a hankering to write a book. And that’s what we talked about…for the mostContinue Reading

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The two things you need to master to make your dreams come true: Glimpse TV with my neighbor Nell Alk

It was a beautiful May evening. I was delightedly surprised to see another woman my age at my building’s semi-annual rooftop garden party. (My across-the-hall neighbor has lived in the building for twenty-five years and my neighbor down the hall has had family in the building since 1945. Needless to say, they don’t generally caterContinue Reading

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Tea, Shamanism, and Sustainability: Glimpse TV with Tyler Gage

At my college reunion over Memorial Day weekend this year I was standing with a group of friends when a really cute, clean-cut guy started walking towards me smiling as if he knew me. As he approached I quickly flipped through my internal Rolodex trying to find him in there somewhere. It wasn’t until heContinue Reading

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Are you free tomorrow night? Laugh, drink and jam with Danielle LaPorte in NYC.

A little over a year ago I met Danielle LaPorte of www.whitehottruth.com and she lit an apparently very flammable creative spark within me that has been burning brightly ever since. My work with Danielle in a group Fire Starter Session, as well as two one-on-one sessions, was the catalyst for what has been the mostContinue Reading

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The one thing you can do right now to feel free…or Why Janis Joplin was onto something.

Letting go is scary. The thing about letting go is that it’s scary. Even if we’re not completely thrilled with what we’ve got already, at least we know what we can expect with it. Even if holding on means living a bit smaller than we know we’re capable of, not being quite as happy asContinue Reading

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A healthy dose of ecstasy.

I’m at that age when suddenly all of my friends are getting married and having babies. I’ve been around more pregnant ladies and babies in the past six months than ever in my life and I absolutely love it. It’s magical, mystical, and mind-blowing to me that human beings are actually made inside other humanContinue Reading

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One Simple Step You Can Take To Feel More Alive Right This Instant: Glimpse TV with Rochelle Schieck

My friend Rochelle Schieck is an adorable, sexy, wise, playful, pixie-person who seems to leave a trail of glitter wherever she goes. She has traveled the world, studied with many of the yoga, consciousness, and personal growth greats, and has most recently created a form of movement she calls Qoya after an ancient Peruvian wordContinue Reading

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