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Storytelling for Dayz: Vanity Fair New Establishment Summit 2019

“Stories are more than processing current moments. Stories are the packaging of what we can look back on.” This is how Vanity Fair Editor-in-Chief Radhika Jones began the 2019 Vanity Fair New Establishment Summit. Radhika shared a story about beginning her career as a Russian journalist shortly after the fall of the Soviet Union. News… Continue reading Storytelling for Dayz: Vanity Fair New Establishment Summit 2019

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My Phone Was Stolen in Barcelona and All I Got Were Some Absolutely Ridiculous Stories for a Book One Day

So there I am at 3am in a Barcelona police station screaming, “How am I supposed to get home if I don’t know my address?!” Alexa, play How Did I Get Here by ODESZA. On the first night of my solo trip to Barcelona, my phone was stolen. Out of my hands. Like a hooded figure… Continue reading My Phone Was Stolen in Barcelona and All I Got Were Some Absolutely Ridiculous Stories for a Book One Day

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Human Design Reading and Understanding my BodyGraph

Pursuing a 2019 intention of curiosity, I’ve been researching Human Design as another means of self-awareness. Earlier this year, I met Lauren (@themodernastrologer) for a birth chart reading to learn about myself through the lens of astrology. Recently, I met with her again for a Human Design chart reading, and of course, I have to… Continue reading Human Design Reading and Understanding my BodyGraph

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Mary K’s Summer 2019 Reading List

Every season, I’ll post a new reading list. Not only is it great for sending friends recommendations, but it also keeps me accountable to read the books I want to read. But first, have you ordered my book yet? Have you written a review? I can’t believe this was published over A YEAR AGO. Thank… Continue reading Mary K’s Summer 2019 Reading List