Welcome to Shadow Cabinet, one writer’s quest to interview women on the front lines of the fight for human rights in today’s United States. There’s
Earlier this year, Tico Times Managing Editor (and fellow writer-mom) Jill Replogle asked me some great questions about Costa Rica, writing, juggling family, and the immigrant vs. expat debate. The TT published the interview on Monday and I’m proud to share it here as well.
This was an amazing week and I’m so grateful to you for your comments and shares! Earlier this year, Tico Times Managing Editor (and fellow
The book based on my writings here on “The Dictionary of You” is finally in print, and I am so thankful to each and every
What do people buy before a storm? Water. Batteries. A box of wine – fine, two, and I’m not sorry. We fill our carts with
Dear E., As you already know, the word chinear means “to baby,” “to spoil,” “to take care of.” It’s ubiquitous in Costa Rica and in other parts