Why responsive is my word of the year, why sadness isn’t as bad as you think, and the three books I can’t stop thinking about this month.
How do you measure success in a year?
This fall, I experienced unexpected health problems. I have a message for anyone who, like me, finds themselves the owner of a frightening body and a frantic brain.
This month brought my debuts in two major digital health publications: Everday Health and Health.
How I’m dealing with my anxious need to finish work right away.
Porch writing, two novels, and a craft book.
I took more than 300,000 steps and let a fleet of strollers annex my guest room for months so you would know the best stroller for your family right now.
Bucket lists are trending…and overwhelming. There’s a better way to summer.
Greet the edges of your understanding with awe, not angst.
Here in Minnesota, winter (perhaps drawing inspiration from the pandemic) has been reluctant to leave us. This has inspired me to seek delight via one of my favorite pastimes: baking with my kids. This month’s triumph has been “scookies.”