Tag Archives: Life Lessons

January 01

2016 Resolutions

So in looking back at 2015 Unresolutions, I did pretty well with focusing on my goals and tackling my resolutions. This year I am getting pretty specific on what I want to achieve. I am narrowing it down to 6 goals. Career – Focus on my job. Accomplish 1 major career enhancement or education, 1 […]

December 20

Paradoxical Commandments

The Paradoxical Commandments were written by Kent M. Keith in 1968 as part of a booklet for student leaders. For more than thirty years, the Paradoxical Commandments have circled the globe. I hope you enjoy. “Paradoxical Commandments” By Dr. Kent Keith People are unreasonable, illogical and self-centered. Love them anyway. If you do good, people […]

July 05

Sunday Morning Brunch by the Bay

This morning with a hearty appetite, Max and I jumped in Dean (my BMW X1) to visit a friend who lives in the Oakland Hills. Now my friend and I don’t get to see each other nearly enough and she is one of the most incredible people I know. You know those people who emanate […]

July 02

You Don’t Take A Photograph, You Make It.

Originally posted on Through Open Lens:
F/2.5, 1/60, ISO 100. Day 186 / 365 We all have a photographic memory.  Just some of us are lacking the film. Interesting Fact: Long before the first public announcements of photographic processes in 1839, Joseph Nicéphore Niépce, a scientifically-minded gentleman living on his country estate near Chalon-sur-Saône, France,…

March 25

The common mistake made by a serial monogomist

Originally posted on liberated passion:
Serial Monogamist (as defined by Urban Dictionary); one who spends as little time as possible being single, moving from the end of one relationship to the beginning of a new relationship as quickly as possible. The number one common mistake made by a serial monogamist is the fact that you…

March 24

Pretty Different..

March 22

Exploring Angel Island

Yesterday, we celebrated Marissa’s birthday by hiking Angel Island. It was a day spent exploring the Immigration Compound, the Nike Nuclear Missile Stations and views overlooking the Bay. From 1910 to 1940, the U.S. Immigration Station processed hundreds of thousands of immigrants.