When I was in my early twenties I had my 15-minutes of fame. I appeared in a Guns n’ Roses video. Growing up in NYC, I’ve never really been what I would consider “star struck”. I’ve been exposed to legendary rock stars at local restaurants (Billy Joel, but who’s name-dropping), A-list movie stars being filmed on street corners (Robert De Niro and Robin Williams in The Awakenings), and myriad of celebrities walking down city streets (David Letterman, Diana Ross, Drew Barrymore, Rob Lowe and Cameron Diaz for instance). I even played pool with actor Matt Dillon and his brother, but I digress. Appearing in a Gun n’ Roses video, was huge. Epic, in fact. Read More
Monthly Archives: May 2015
I’m a self-proclaimed yoga junkie. Yes, I’m addicted to Omming. Bikram. Ashtanga. Hatha. You name it, I love it. I started practicing yoga when I was a teenager in the ‘80s (a dead giveaway from this shiny leotard I’m sporting, circa Olivia Newton John’s “Let’s get Physical” era). Yeesh.
At 13, I also suffered from an aversion to smiling. It’s worth noting that I’ve gone 180 since my teen years. It sounds cliché, but smiling is infectious. When you are happy and energized, it sets the tone of your day and puts positivity in motion. Good things happen. People are attracted to enthusiasm.