I ‘m looking at Grey Lines with Black, Blue and Yellow, a 1923 painting by Georgia O’Keeffe. This painting—the lines delineated to make the throbbing lavender folds look three-dimensional—is one that always makes me cross my legs. Perhaps O’Keeffe...
We’ve partnered with Nike Air Max on two past launches and I, like so many of you, have been sincerely moved by all their powerful messages supporting ALL women in varying stages of life to be themselves, both inside...
I used to be really proud of how little sleep I needed to function. I would brag about feeling bright-eyed and full of energy on 4 hours of sleep. It was one of my secrets to productivity— that I...
Photo Courtesy of Cheree Lawrence at Oh So Busy Mum School’s out for summer. While my daughter is predictably ecstatic, I too find myself getting giddy with excitement about summer in a way I haven’t in YEARS. As a work-from-home-creative,...
I ‘ve dealt with mild to moderate anxiety most of my adult life. I spent my twenties and early thirties trying to control it with therapy, force, and quiet embarrassment. Sleeping little, not asking for help, just trying to...
Living with ADHD is something that’s informed every aspect of how I approach my life, both at work and at home. To manage my schedule, I focus on three steps—prioritization, time blocking, and managing distraction. On Friday, I broke...
Image Courtesy of @cemalcandinc on VSCO Somewhere right outside of the whimsical hum drum that was my childhood, I started to hate my body. I don’t remember the exact reason for it, but I know it was the first day of...
Decluttering is all too familiar to me lately, having just moved from a one bedroom apartment to an entire house. While moving is a beast, it’s the perfect opportunity to assess, refine, and reinvest in the items that matter...
As previously seen on Wit & Delight Well, let’s start from the beginning. It was spring of 2015 when I woke up with acute pain on my right side, concentrated in my upper back and head. It didn’t happen overnight, I...
Photo Courtesy of @ashleymaryart Creativity is good for the soul. The brain. The body. For happiness, joy, and connection. It’s a pretty good salve for a lot of what ails us in this hyperconnected, yet disconnected existence. Yea, yea, yea, you...
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