For me, the past few months have been about nesting: I have a new home, a new neighborhood, and a new (first-ever!) dog.
I’m following a vision with all these changes – you know, the kind of vision that was hard to trust at first, that took a frustrating while to bring into reality, but that is turning out to be so worth the wait.
Our new love, Xavier, 4 year-old rescue with a mellow soul.
After four years of living twenty floors up in a super-urban skyscraper apartment with sleek modern furniture and a view of an concrete jungle (I know…probably hard to picture me living there, right?), my husband and I moved to a big old house, amongst lots of trees. The modern furniture is, bit by bit, getting replaced with rustic flea market finds. It feels so good – and more than good, it feels necessary. Sometimes, change is like oxygen – utterly necessary.
Our old neighborhood…
Our new neighborhood…
In a couple weeks, I’ll be headed to Los Angeles, where I’m speaking at University of Southern California on women and power; appearing on the KTLA Morning News, and hosting a public event in Santa Monica about an important topic I’m on fire about. I hope you’ll join me if you live in the area.
Most important, these days I’m gearing up to lead the next session of my Playing Big program.
What is that all about? Playing Big is a training program for women who know they want to play bigger in their careers. I devote most of my time and energies to leading this program because I believe that brilliant, visionary women playing big will transform the world.
Playing Big is for women who suspect they are in some way playing small – but aren’t sure how to stop doing that. It’s for women who want their ideas and work to get out into the world in a bigger way – for the sake of their own fulfillment, but also for the sake of making a difference. You can learn more about the program here.
Thanks for reading, and lots of love –
Los Angeles Event
Learn more HERE about my March 6th salon in Los Angeles! It’s going to be a thought-provoking conversation on a cutting edge topic I believe women need to know about. This is will be a smallish event – tickets will sell out, so get yours soon.