I’ve returned to my childhood home in the Bronx. It’s not a home, its an apartment I share with my sister, her child and my parents. I live in what was meant to be a living room, but was always my grandfather’s room. I share the space with my cat, who happily reminds me that … More Mi casa en el Bronx
I thought it was time to revive this blog. Much has happened since 2010. I graduated from grad school. I got a job as a contractor. I bought a home. Got a job in NYC. Purchased several cars. Grew a garden. In effect, I accomplished a lot of things I set out to do with … More Reviving this blog!
A year after writing a post about wanting a room of my own…its finally happening. Im moving out. To ann arbor of all places because destiny decided to put me there. In the craziness of the last two weeks in NYC, I’ve decided to return to this blog that began documenting to awkwardness of being … More Leaving Home
Today I was present at home. What that means practically is that my computer is off and I am focused on the now. I’ve decided that I would dedicate my time to being completly present. I read a piece about honoring work hours and not going above the 8 hours of work everday. Today was … More Pulling
I am currently reading the Feiner Points of Leadership by Michael Feiner. Although I am not finished with the e-book, here are some ideas that I found useful: *mind you I am only in Chapter 2! Leadership is the process of harnessing and directing the talent of others vs Management Activity produces predictability, consistency, and … More On Leadership
Flashback from the past…ok..fine…maybe five years ago…but I went ahead and resurfaced the music that I listened to before. Why? About 3 days ago I really gotten beat over gchat by a punk. Which is ok if I defended myself..but I retreated. WTF!!!!! And over GCHAT…shame on you! In retrospect, actually, while getting the verbal … More Riot Grrls!
I probably dont make enough time to blog. But I figured I will start during my lunch hour at work (haha). I have been viewing this wonderful collection of stories at the nytimes. I liked this one about a woman walking the streets of NY. It made me feel nostalgic about leaving NY. Just like … More Grounded?