Monthly Archives: February 2012

How Natalie Portman Taught Me ‘You Have to Allow Yourself to be Imperfect’

A couple weeks ago I was having a serious conversation with a friend. I was feeling burnt out and overwhelmed. My mind was racing with problems I felt incapable of resolving but at the same time responsible for doing everything … Continue reading

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Centered in the Circle: The Power of Motionless Movement

Last night I started re-reading Muriel Barbery’s, The Elegance of the Hedgehog. One of the two central protagonists in the book is an extremely intelligent and incredibly disillusioned 12-year-old girl named Paloma. Paloma is surrounded by privilege and endless striving. … Continue reading

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