May 18, 2018
If you wanted to see some hail in May, you should’ve been in Colorado last weekend. Last Saturday evening, during a brief but violent storm, it hailed pebbles of ice.
I’ve lived in Los Angeles for nearly 16 years, where Read the rest of this entry »
May 25, 2017
I’m a poet’s muse! I did an art swap with my friend Josh Lefkowitz from college. He’s an accomplished, award-winning, published poet, and I draw mazes (that win awards in my own head). So we did a trade. He wrote a poem for me, and I drew a maze for him.
The poem is incredible. This isn’t some nursery rhyme or greeting card pablum, it’s, like, literature. Wanna read it? Read the rest of this entry »
May 16, 2017
What a fun couple days! On Sunday, I took a salsa dancing class from the legendary Debbie Allen. It was a blast!
Debbie Allen starred on the ’80s hit show Fame, and is currently on Grey’s Anatomy, playing Read the rest of this entry »
March 2, 2017
You’ve already seen my race recap from the Minneapolis Fight For Air Race, so this post is about the rest of my Minnesota visit. Even though I didn’t spend much time there (less than a day!), I had a wonderful visit to the Land of 10,000 Lakes, and a big reason why is Read the rest of this entry »
December 13, 2016
A few weeks ago, my friend Margo (who is a blogger and YouTuber) invited me to participate in a charity project, and I jumped at the chance. I got the final product the other day, and it’s super cool. Introducing… F*CK 2016 – A 2017 CALENDAR!
Margo and her friend Joey put this together in response to all the Read the rest of this entry »
October 29, 2014
Being laid up with an injured foot means lots of time sitting around. A few days ago I took advantage of my being unable to walk around and drew a maze. Check it out:
The goal is to connect the two orange leaves. Yes, I know, leaves are Read the rest of this entry »
January 27, 2014
This is an exciting post for me to write, because I get to share something that I’ve devoted a lot of effort to in recent months: I’ve started a business!
About two years ago, I blogged about how having a hobby is an important tool in my healthy living arsenal. Doing something productive during my downtime helps curb cravings and engage my mind. I can’t tell you how many times, while relaxing in front of the TV, I’ve thought about all the junk food I wanted to eat right now, and how many times I acted on that urge. But once I added a hobby into the mix – something that required a little focus – Voila! Those urges went away. For me, that hobby is drawing mazes. Mazes like this one:
I once planned to Read the rest of this entry »