The Day Between explores what “comes up” in the Now. See it as a collection of moments: like, the day between past and future, between ruminating and worry, between what was and what will be.
All that present-moment stuff. And then some.
Because even the present can reek of the past and it definitely sniffs out the future.
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WHO IS BARBARA. A poet, a runner. She hosts a run club at True Grit Society in Uptown Minneapolis. (Come run on Saturdays if you’re in town). She’s got a house in South Minneapolis, a deaf dog, a chubby cat, and a sweetheart of a guy.
Otherwise, Barbara is a Masters Candidate at the UofM and a Health Coach. She can be found offering Emotional Support Coaching for a cool startup called Speakeasy. In a previous life (aka her 20’s) she was a brand marketer in NYC with Nike and Skechers. She graduated from Bentley University with a BA in Marketing and minored in Creative Writing.
“When you write in prose, you cook the rice. When you write poetry, you turn rice into rice wine. Cooked rice doesn’t change its shape, but rice wine changes both in quality and shape. Cooked rice makes one full so one can live out one’s life span… Wine, on the other hand, makes one drunk, makes the sad happy, and the happy sad. Its effect is sublimely beyond explanation.” – Wu Qiao