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Wallpaper Download.

Wallpaper Download.

February 22, 2015 1 min read

Happy Sunday! I’ve been creating the wallpaper downloads for Blessed is She every week. Since they are sent out in email format to the BIS subscribers, I thought I would have an option to download them from Be A Heart.                                 […]
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Friendship.

Friendship.

February 15, 2015 3 min read

I overheard a lady say the other day, “it was amazing. I actually liked her and I usually don’t like other women very much.” I’ve heard this a lot and have probably even said it myself. I think it was a little bit more common when I was younger. Almost as if it were cooler to be […]
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Be A Heart Update.

Be A Heart Update.

February 05, 2015 2 min read

It’s now February and I’m pretty sure it’s the beginning of Spring here in LA because I’m noticing a lot of flowers blooming while out on my bike. A lot of things are happening on my end. I spent the last couple of days updating the website (1.1 might we say?!) to reflect it all […]
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Etty Hillesum.

Etty Hillesum.

January 29, 2015 1 min read

Etty Hillesum is my first choice for someone who teaches me how to “be a heart” in my new series that I explained earlier here. A few years ago, I read her diary, which I highly recommend. She was born in 1914 in Holland and was Jewish. She died at Auschwitz in 1943 and her diary […]
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A New Be A Heart Series.

A New Be A Heart Series.

January 28, 2015 2 min read

Through a series of events, and most recently a friend sending me the Ted talk “Start with Why,” I have been pondering why “be a heart.” I look at it all the time, but I’m not sure I really embody it. I struggle to even define what that means. However, my third grade teacher drilled […]
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The Sibling/Roommate Model.

The Sibling/Roommate Model.

January 14, 2015 2 min read

A sweet photo recently found by our cousin, Laura. When we tell people that we are siblings and that we live together we get hilarious reactions. Most people exclaim that they would kill their sibling or their sibling would kill them. And then they think about it a little bit and say, “actually, it would […]
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Dresser Inspiration.

Dresser Inspiration.

January 12, 2015 1 min read

My heart still leaps a bit when I see a gorgeous mid century wood dresser with a planted pot. I just love the way the lines are so clean on the dressers. And I’m thrilled that I get to wake up to one every day. I made a little collection of where I picked up […]
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The Untethered Soul.

The Untethered Soul.

January 09, 2015 2 min read

If you learn to stay open at all times, great things will happen to you. You simply have to learn not to close. The Untethered Soul: The Journey Beyond Yourself In relation to my post the other day about how I manage my anxiety, I read this book called The Untethered Soul: The Journey Beyond […]
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Managing Anxiety.

Managing Anxiety.

January 07, 2015 3 min read

(me in my natural habitat) Things have been a bit quiet over here on the blog front (in no way a reflection of life slowing down!) I left New York four months ago now and I really believed that since I was doing so well there, I wouldn’t have any problem with a move. Unfortunately […]
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Christmas Preparation.

Christmas Preparation.

December 01, 2014 2 min read

Yesterday was the first day of Advent. I remembered a talk that I heard a couple of years ago so I dug out my old notebook. It helps me each year to prepare for Christmas. He said that advent is a time to focus on our being–on our true essence, on the essential. I have […]
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DIGDEEP’s Water Council Dinner

November 13, 2014 2 min read

It was such a privilege to design the Water Council Dinner to raise money for DigDeep and their Navajo Water Project. The event was held at the Los Angeles Athletic Club last Saturday and we raised a good chunk of money to help brining clean, running water to homes on the Reservation in New Mexico. I loved getting […]
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How does it feel to be a heart? — Hafiz

October 02, 2014 2 min read

My friend gave me a book last year for my birthday (it will be my birthday again in 3 days. yikes!) and I had it on my bookshelf here in LA. She pulled it out last night while we were cooking dinner and read this poem to me. How had I not noticed the title […]
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