“As someone once said to me, “If you’re not having fun then what’s the point?” I’m just so used to being a survivor and fighting to get somewhere that it took me a moment to realize that maybe I’m here. I’ve said it before. I’ll say it again. We take on too much. Often “no” is the most powerful word. Ironically, my next book is called “A Place of Yes,” but saying “no” to others can sometimes mean saying “yes” to yourself.”—sent to me in an email today from a dear friend where it was quoted from a bethenny.com blast.
“And by the way, everything in life is writable about if you have the outgoing guts to do it, and the imagination to improvise. The worst enemy to creativity is self-doubt.”—Sylvia Plath (via styleandsubstance)
Last night when we returned from our ski trip upstate I noticed that there was something different about Brooklyn. It seemed fresh and unlike the Brooklyn I’ve know so far this year. Later on my nightly walk with Nesta I realized this new perception was because it was a snow free Brooklyn. I was so excited. All of the snow had finally melted!
Then I wake up this morning and to my disappointment there is snow everywhere outside. Not cool mother nature. Not cool at all.
“Indeed, playing against Watson turned out to be a lot like any other Jeopardy! game, though out of the corner of my eye I could see that the middle player had a plasma screen for a face. Watson has lots in common with a top-ranked human Jeopardy! player: It’s very smart, very fast, speaks in an uneven monotone, and has never known the touch of a woman.”—
It’s funny how ya can hate something like your phone because all these messages come to it and expect a response from you but when someone takes your phone home from yoga by accident thinking it’s theirs ya really start to miss the damn thing!