I touched ground in Prince Edward Island during September of 2010, as I embarked on my first 10-day sales stint on the road. My first impression was that it was so green, all I could think of was Anne of Green Gables. I checked into a little motel nearby the Sears that I’d be working … More Mopping My Way Across the Maritimes
As wonderful as personal evolution and growth can be, it’s wasted if you’re still a slave to the same old circumstances, people and places. And San Francisco had been trying to tell me quite loudly for a while that my time there was up. But as my mother put it, I’m a stubborn learner at … More Oh, Canada!
These last 12 months have really brought about the end of an era. In that time I left a stagnant career but I’ve also reconnected with my dreams and passions. I’ve faced my fears and past hurts, and with the help of some incredible souls I deconstructed and rebuilt my psyche. There were many breakdowns … More It’s Not You, It’s Me.
I’m going to press pause on the storytelling for now because this past week I hit upon a milestone, although it’s not one of those milestones that you glorify and bust out the champagne for. This milestone was the loss of my little animal companion of the last two decades. I remember going into the … More Lolita
My dear friend Tom initiated me into the wonderful world of Burning Man when he bought me my first ticket as a birthday present. I would ask, “What’s it like?” To which he’d reply, “I know this is frustrating, because I hated it when other people would say this to me before my first time, … More Welcome Home
A literal invitation to dance on one sunny morning at the Endup led to a new circle of friends with which to discover San Francisco’s hedonistic delights. I bounced between the Endup, pool parties, house parties and boat parties with a group of party professionals. I was glad to have the company of my party … More Marcus Aurelius
After my stint overseas, I headed back to Vermont to quickly save up cash and then move out west. I’d been hearing the siren call of the west coast for practically all of my life, it was just a feeling I had. I also was harboring ambitions of becoming an actress, so a move out … More Follow The Yellow Brick Road
My itch for adventure and yearning to get out into this big world of ours led me overseas right after college. Following in my mother’s footsteps and eager to pratiquer mon francais, I chose Paris and landed myself in a nanny program. It seemed as if all stars and planets were in alignment, and fortune … More La Vie En Rose
“Oh hello Senator, I didn’t see you there…So apparently we’ve been doing this Facebook thing since exactly one year ago today, or so they tell me. It’s hard to believe that it’s been that little time, given how much we’ve packed into 12 months. Suffice to say, my life has definitely become more ridiculous since … More High Times on the Low Road – My Life On The Campaign Trail
Welcome to my world, full of late nights and fun people; the depraved but never deprived; and where a cocktail in one hand and a megaphone in the other constitute the base ingredients of any outing worth its salt. Here you will meet politicos, unicorns, winos, weirdos, superfreaks, supernovas, gypsies, faeries, the beautiful and the … More In the beginning was the word…