F: How do you cope with stress?
L: I’m pretty much a crier so overwhelming feelings of any sort generally bring me to tears. Other than that, when I’m really stressed out I try to remember that nothing is permanent and whatever scenario I’m facing will be different with time.
F: Have there been any lasting habits or changes you have made since the Clean Cleanse in January (it’s ok if there aren’t)?
L: Unfortunately, I don’t think there are. I really felt so good about doing the cleanse and experiencing such a level of health and balance in my body. But as they say, old habits die hard.
F: What is your favorite summer cocktail/drink?
L: I’m on a pretty heavy Rosé kick these days. Delicious and refreshing.
F: Are you reading anything, yet?!
L: I am! Recently finished this John Sarno and Paul Arden book (highly recommend the Arden book for anyone looking for a little career – or life – inspiration). Now I’m making my way through this set of Nora Ephron’s essays and The Diary of Anais Nin.
F: What is a creative outlet for you?
L: This is actually something I’ve struggled with for most of my life & think my life will feel much better once I have identified it. For now all sorts of little things serve as creative outlets: playing dress up in my own closet, rearranging my apartment, taking pictures, doing a little writing from time to time. I guess like anyone, sometimes I feel like I’m on a real creative kick and other times I wouldn’t know from where to begin to draw. C’est la vie, ma chère sœur.