Declutter the Conversation

I recently watched a Netflix show that everyone was raving about: Tidying Up with Marie Kondo. I was intrigued by this sweet unassuming woman who could methodically reorganize your sock drawer and file away the garage clutter. This attempt to filter out the things that we pile on top of piles and keep 'just because' is a very familiar one to most of us. Though we may not successfully maintain a level of organization and minimalism we dream of, we can relate to wanting to rid our lives of the less important to make room for the good stuff. This hits home for me right now as I wade through the toys and laundry and props that choke every room. I took some of the lesson Marie teaches and applied

A Patrick Swayze mullet led me to improv

In 2008, I went to see a one man show performed at Theatre 99 in Charleston, South Carolina. As I watched this wild man throw himself across the stage for an hour as he acted out the funniest live show I'd ever seen, I knew I was in trouble. I liked this guy a lot. Maybe it was his mullet. Maybe it was his energy. Maybe it was his smooth Patrick Swayze looks. John and I began dating soon after that show. I would come see him perform sketch shows and on improv teams 3 times a week, and I couldn't get enough. I was so stunned by the ability of the performers to make things up on the spot - I continue to be amazed by improvisers like John today. We spent 4 years in New York City pursuing many i

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