I had no idea I was going to write about this today, but when I thought about whether or not I should mention it . . .
I don’t feel like I have a choice as I’m still pretty shaky.
Sunday afternoon we were hit pretty bad in a car accident.
Josh, myself and Kuma were driving down a quiet side street here in Venice when a driver sped through a back alleyway — without stopping — and slammed into the side of our car.
The impact was horrific. Glass shattered everywhere, and in an instant our car was forced underneath another parked car on the side of the road.
Thank God, we’re all fine (save nasty bruises, soreness, totaled cars, Kuma peed on my pants – LOL etc.).
The most upsetting thing though is how my mind keeps flashing these “alternate reality” scenarios in my head. These horrible, mini movies where if it were just a few seconds off . . .
Either Josh, Kuma or myself may not have survived. That’s really is the worst part for me — everytime I shut my eyes or try to rest, they come up.
So before we get into today’s episode, I invite you to take a moment to connect with and express your genuine love for the dearest people in your life.
Continue reading “Feeling depressed – like something’s missing? Try this.”
I’m still buzzing from the music high of seeing Lady Gaga in concert this weekend at the Staples Center.
Yup. I wore a blonde wig, a cape and some funkytown glasses!
Whether you’re into Gaga or not, she’s an amazing performer. Her dancers are beyond (smokin’ hot, diverse in shape and color, talented, committed, expressive, unique) and she leaves it all on the floor, without apologies.
That type of grit and bold self-expression is incredible to witness.
One of the most inspiring moments of the night was when she paused on stage and said, “Five years ago I was still waiting tables in New York City. Don’t ever give up on your dreams.”
And with that, let’s roll into this week’s new episode of MarieTV.
Have you ever said something stupid; something you wish you could take back?
Stress can turn us all into “little monsters” (ha ha) who say some nasty things we later regret.
But is it possible to prevent those “foot in mouth” moments from happening in the first place? And if the damage has been done, what’s the best way to clean it up?
Continue reading “I Made A Mistake: What To Do When You’ve Said Something Stupid”
First up, THANK YOU for your incredible support last week during Hurricane Sandy.
In the West Village we were without power, cell service and heat all week, but things got back on track over the weekend.
I’m deeply grateful to be safe and for your notes of love and concern via email, Twitter and Facebook.
Friends took great care of us and we were extremely lucky. In fact, I had some of the most rich and enjoyable experiences that I’ve had in years (limited access to technology tends to do that!).
However, the devastation from this storm, like all natural disasters in recent years, has left tens of thousands of people homeless. It’s demolished places I love dearly so please continue to send your prayers and support to the folks who truly need it.
Now onto today’s episode, which is something I think we can all relate to: feeling jealous.
Continue reading “How To Deal With Jealousy & Being Intimidated By Another’s Success”