The Alligator and the Pickled Worm

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Every year in Elementary school we were tasked with the creative endeavor of writing and illustrating a book. It was in those early years that I learned something pretty life-changing. I was a 1st grader at Cass Elementary, and I had just written a fantastic adventure starring Alli the Alligator. This feisty little crocodile was […]

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An Exercise in Reading About Happiness

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I have to admit, I’m a “projects” girl. Maybe it’s the fact that I operate in creative, dedicated spurts, or maybe it’s just that my entire life has patterned itself project after project. Needless to say, when I saw this book at Barnes & Noble, Anthropologie and Target (three stores I possess entirely too much love for), I knew I should pick it up.

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When I’m in Starbucks, I’m an Angeleno

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Like many in Los Angeles, I am a transplanted Angeleno. I am an Angeleno by default. I didn’t set out to become one with Los Angeles, nor do I think I have (or will ever) give over fully to this insanely non-committal city. That being said, as I sit in a local Los Angeles Starbucks, […]

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Details Wanted: The Challenge of the Blank Slate

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I’ve just signed on to help produce a pilot for a cable network.

Like many production-related, freelance gigs, I have no earthly idea what I am getting myself into. I agreed to take on the project because I like the people I will work with, because this is a new challenge, and frankly, because I’m waiting to hear on a few full-time opportunities. Great way to pick up a few extra bucks!

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