I am a sedentary person. Don't get me wrong, I love nature and long walks in the woods, but I move slowly (and always bring snacks). Needless to say, when I "exercise," nary a calorie is burned. The root of my problem is that I believe I look much better than I actually do. As… Continue reading Yoga With Adriene: A Writer’s Resolution . . . Again.
Okay, so here's the deal: My book comes out on March 8th, which means I am ferociously revising, passing around beta copies, and finalizing feedback. As thrilled as I am, I also have to admit, I've reached a point where I can no longer remember the distinction between 'past' and 'passed'. Like, I know the difference--passed is the past tense--but do I really know the difference?
Personally speaking, years that end in even numbers tend to be much more exciting than years that end in odd numbers. For a few examples: on even years, I was born, graduated from high school, received my bachelor's degree, left for an epic road trip, broke my leg, applied for grad school, received my master's degree, and married my husband. So, I'm hoping that 2020 will bring some of that even-year-magic with it.