A few weeks ago the plight of women in business was made inordinately ‘sexy’, cult-like, and fascinating to the masses. Why might you ask? Due to Sheryl Sandburg’s new book
Yesterday the unthinkable happened, and nearly 200 souls were injured physically, 3 left our world, and many more thousands have been scarred emotionally. Boston was under fire. Explosions rang through.
For nearly six years I have drifted in and out of a community known for being addictive–they call it ‘drinking the koolaid’. I suppose I have drunk the koolaid, recovered
As part of my 29 before 29 series, I have high hopes of reading 29 books that fuel my writing and reading lives, and subsequently writing reviews of them. The
As a wannabe writer, or rather someone who is deeply entrenched in learning about writing with soul fire, beauty, and doing so in a raw state, I find myself turning
When a human loses something or someone, whether by falling out or death or circumstance, we feel it deep in our bones. There is something missing, a piece, or perhaps
We are coming into an age where tolerance of LGBT folks is to be expected. Heck the President of the United States is saying it needs to happen, and quickly.
Two days ago I received the email, clear as crystal–my love and I were set to move. The military likes to call it a permanent change of station (PCS) but
The first day of my Senior year, on my 16th birthday, my parents found out I had cancer. Malignant Melanoma. That moment in time catalyzed the notion that life can’t