I Moved to San Francisco!
People think that the decision to move to San Francisco from Denver came out of the blue, but it didn’t. This itch to live in SF has been crawling at me for many years. Read More
Stop complaining about having no time to work out…You spend like 8-90 glorious hours at the office most days of the week! There’s a lot of time to workout, you just need to know where to find it, how to fit it in, and the reasons why you should work it….
This past Friday evening I graduated from the Founder Institute’s Denver Summer Semester, and you know what? If I wasn’t wearing a skirt at graduation I’m pretty sure that I would have done a tuck side jump in celebration.
Here are some entertaining American interpretations and definitions of the slang I heard used while traveling abroad in the French Alps. Warning, it makes Americans seem really lame…
I already feel bad for my future husband…Suffering as I tell him the same story about the French restaurant in the trailer park anytime we are near a French restaurant or a trailer park.
I tell you why you should always eat at trailer parks…
On Saturday morning we returned to the Geneva airport to meet our tour bus, called, BensBus, which from the get-go reminded me of a Girls Gone Wild-type spring break bus with the yellow bubble letters and “low price” guarantees on their website. This is how they do it in France.
The last time I was on the bathroom floor it was because I was being over-dramatic when I was sick, and the cold tiles cooled down my bare sweaty bum…But, this time I sit on the hotel bathroom floor in Geneva, Switzerland because I can’t sleep. It’s 4:15am, I’m frustrated that I can’t sleep, and listening to my travel-mate breath like she is soundly asleep makes me want to wake her up to tell her I can’t sleep…So I take a bathroom break, sit on the bathroom floor, and think about what I would be doing if I was back home in Denver at this exact time.
As much as I would like to think that my childhood beliefs and thoughts were similar to other children my age, I’m pretty confident that I was just as “unique” then, as I am now. Let’s compare some of the beliefs and thoughts I had as a child of the ’80s, to the beliefs and thoughts I have now as a sexy, cool, educated, cultured, and well-traveled twenty-something woman.
For this year, put some humor into your New Year’s resolutions, and try to say what’s really on your mind…To inspire you, here are some of my no holding back resolutions for 2011… I will stop imagining that my butt is oozing into flatness as…