In 2014, I had the privilege of sharing 12 months of my innermost thoughts on The Pastry Box Project. It’s a place where 30 people a year, leaders from a variety of fields, are brought together through collaborative sharing and interweaving of stories to reveal undeniable truths about the human condition.
Below is a roundup of every piece I published, one per month. Hopefully, when read together, they will tell the story of my evolution this past year. I also encourage you to read through others’ posts to get a feel for the power of collective wisdom.
My 12 Months of The Pastry Box
My Year to Live | January 10, 2014
This year I’ve vowed to finally do something about my lifelong fear of death.
A New Perspective | February 10, 2014
Seeing things from a new angle gives everything greater possibility.
Searching for Space | March 10, 2014
How a fateful taxicab ride led us out of NYC and into our own personal paradise.
Who Do We Think We Are? | April 10, 2014
The rampant and unsolicited criticism in our community has to stop.
A Lifetime of Bullies | May 10, 2014
The abuse we endure throughout our lives makes us who we are, for better or worse.
Unwritten | June 10, 2014
Not my words, but my truth.
If Not Now | July 10, 2014
Giving myself permission on the eve of my 32nd birthday.
Lean On | August 10, 2014
You give a precious gift when you allow another to share your burden.
I Need Help | September 10, 2014
When you can no longer stand it anymore, it’s time to create a network of support.
Home is Where the Heart is | October 10, 2014
Losing home, searching for home, and finally finding it where I’ve been standing all along.
Taking the Weight Off | November 10, 2014
A lifetime of struggling with weight has little to do with pounds.
Letting Go | December 10, 2014
This certified control freak knows it’s time to surrender.
Thank you to Alex Duloz and Katy Watkins of The Pastry Box Project for creating and maintaining this space, for us ephemeral beings to share a piece of our truths in the short time we have here, to leave a legacy even if it isn’t pretty or long-lasting. And for beautifully, magnificently, never making it about you. Merci tout plein.
What story do you need to tell? Where do you need to tell it? What’s holding you back?
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