Growing Up Italian The word calm is not in the Italian dictionary. Thanksgiving dinner included; antipasto platter, lasagna, meatballs. Turkey was a side. I don’t want to be that girl, but roasted peppers, Nutella, pesto, deep fried zucchini was a staple for us way before it was trendy. You learned how to make pasta before entering Kindergarten, and you didn’t practice with play dough. When your friends came to … Continue reading Growing Up Italian
After a long absence—and by long, I mean over two years—from any type of Yoga, I’ve re-entered the twist and sometimes shout world of attempting to perfect the tripod headstand with Lotus legs (hey, one can dream). Continue reading “Warning! Asses directly in front of you may be closer than they appear.”
1. If your significant other is mad, put a cape on them and tell them they are now “super mad.” If they laugh, they’re a keeper. 2. To keep cake real moist, eat it all in one sitting. 3. Laughter and a nap will cure anything. 4. Master the art of self-deprecating humor–it leads to appreciating all humor. 5. Every time we make stupid … Continue reading LIFE HACKS
Please join me in welcoming, the talented and multi-published Rosanna Leo to my blog as she talks about injecting a bit of humor in her writing and in life. Rosanna’s book, VICE is up for nomination at The Romance Reviews. If you have read Kate and Liam’s story and enjoyed it, please drop by and nominate her book. Rosanna also has a new release PREDATOR’S … Continue reading Humor saves the day.
1. Relationship Tip: Ask your significant other at 6:00 a.m. how they visualize porcupines making love. This will lead to an interesting conversation. 2. Mental health Tip: DON’T read a ton of news media links. DON’T read a lot of social media posts (I know, the irony). DO read a lot of fiction. I recommend romance, but it’s all good. 3. Anti-Wrinkle Tip: Sunscreen. That’s … Continue reading Life Tips
If you follow me on Twitter, you may have read a string of tweets with the hashtag #TaoOfSelena also known as deep, philosophical thoughts (deep and philosphical is open to interpretation of course).
For those not familiar with my Twitter habits, I am pleased to share them with you here.
I hope The Tao of Selena changes your life—I know, that’s a bit dramatic, but as an Italian chick, drama is a right of passage.
If my thoughts don’t change your life, my wish is that this blog post will grant you a smile or a chuckle. It’s why I love writing so much, in hopes that my musings will provide a few minutes of entertainment. Continue reading Life Tips According to the Tao of Selena