Tips for visiting Hierve El Agua, petrified mineral “waterfalls” and natural swimming pools in Oaxaca. Continue reading Oaxaca Day Trip: Hierve El Agua
I’m beyond excited to attend an intensive two-day creativity workshop with Julia Cameron tomorrow and Sunday (March 12 and 13, 2016) at the New York Open Center. I first read Julia’s groundbreaking book, The Artist’s Way, just after I graduated from college. It’s a twelve-week DIY course that heals whatever ails your artistic spirit, which usually boils down to that slimy, craggy, gray monster: … Continue reading Meeting Julia Cameron in New York City
What’s the longest you’ve ever chosen to wait for something in New York? Not for a doctor’s appointment or at the DMV, not required waiting, but for dinner, brunch, or a free scoop of ice cream? A friend and colleague once told me that New Yorkers want what they cannot have — and so restaurants, bars, and clubs capitalize on that by manufacturing the illusion that … Continue reading Pokeworks: Will Sushi Burritos Take Over NYC?