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Category Archives: Published Work


Cry Them A River: Why It’s Okay To Be Sensitive

Have you been told you’re too sensitive? That you cry too much? That you need to grow thicker skin?  Actually, being sensitive is a gift, not a flaw. It started like any other morning. I […]

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What Makes People ‘Creative?’ A Complex Look Into Creativity

  Necessity is the mother of invention. You’ve heard this proverb before, right?  Basically, when stuck in a situation that requires something to change, the individual will create a new device or method to improve the […]

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Online Relationships That Last

When it comes to human relations, technology has created a new environment. Remember the days when socializing meant going to the arcade or chatting with friends after Sunday service? School recess, parks, and strolls down […]

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Untapped Potential: Finding Your Talent

I’m a firm believer that each of us is born with a particular talent. Many of us walk around with untapped potential, but I think it’s still there, hiding somewhere inside of us. For a […]

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Falling In Love with Your Body

This morning I sat on my yoga mat and attempted my yoga practice, like the awkwardly self taught beginner I am. During each pose I tried to remember a few things; to be gentle in […]

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International Women’s Day: The Mimosa Tribute

As May 8th celebrates International Women’s Day, fond memories of this celebration come to mind. As a young girl growing up in Italy, each year we celebrated this day with the gift of yellow mimosa […]

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The Inconspicuous Dream

Ever since the inception of civilization dreaming has fascinated humanity. From Joseph interpreting the King of Egypt’s dreams to modern psychological research, dreaming has always exposed a captivating and mysterious aspect of our minds. Throughout […]

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Sacred Smoke Bowl Blessing: A Native American Ritual

Among the many world cultures, I find Native American history to be the richest and most profound of all. Deeply rooted in the great land that makes up the United States, their culture and practices […]

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The Mind Key Anthology “Yin and Yang: The Duality of Balance”

As previously mentioned the past months have taken me on different writing journeys.  One of them has been Mind Key, a community where artists, writers, healers and anyone who has a passion for life, shares […]

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My Love For Italian Cooking

Being born and raised in Italy has been a huge part of my life.  My upbringing is deeply rooted in the Italian culture and its traditions.  Of course, a huge part of my diverse cultural […]

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