A lot of folks hate New Year’s resolutions, and understandably so. A poorly designed resolution is a great way to get your new year started off on the wrong foot. Cue visions of sweeping life changes followed by disappointment and beating yourself up…bummer. That said, taking the time to reflect and make intentional choices about your life once in a while can be valuable. So, whether you’re making official New Year’s resolutions or setting goals any old time of the year, here are three tips to help you be more successful (and a few local organizations to support you on your path)!Read More
Ithaca is a land of constant change – people moving to and away from town, buildings going up and coming down, and even the landscape is in flux, with waterfalls subtly changing our scenery as we go about our day-to-day lives.
I spent my first year as an Ithaca resident in flux as well, traveling to and from my job in New York City every other week. By the time I stood still and looked down, I was 7 months pregnant with no local OBGYN, friends in town, or mama mentors to help point me toward resources.Read More