• Pursuing What Makes You Happy

    November 21, 2017

    I recently attended a Google Conference for Educators and heard some powerful stories about how technology is helping students. The first impactful story was about a young boy who didn’t have any pictures of his grandmother before she past away. While one day scrolling through Google Street View of his hometown, he discovered the Google…

    Read more
  • Accepting Our Insecurities

    November 15, 2017

    I heard a woman talk once about one of her friends-she described the friend as someone who knew exactly who she was and was comfortable and confident in her own skin 100% of the time, no matter the situation or social group she was around. I looked at this woman describing her friend and thought…

    Read more
  • Going With the Pink Shoes: Taking On A Life of Whimsy

    November 8, 2017

    Usually I have a tendency to second-guess my decisions. I greatly overthink any decision I make-including whether I should have ordered the salad instead of the sandwich at dinner, and even wondering if I should have slept in more and ran later, or run earlier then take a nap. The list goes on of most…

    Read more
  • Finding a Good Book Club

    October 6, 2017

    Lately I’ve been trying to add more reading in to my routine, because what can beat escaping in to a good book?! I’m currently reading,┬áThe Summer Before the War, and loving it so far. As I’ve been reading, I’ve also been hearing more and more about book clubs. Book clubs are such a great way…

    Read more
  • Don’t Let Worry Get The Best of You

    October 4, 2017

    You know those days when your workspace or bedroom or apartment is covered by clothing and books and shoes? This week has definitely been one of those weeks when things are literally piling up, and things have been discarded everywhere. (Here’s a little secret: the picture on the last post was taken in a very…

    Read more
1 2 3 16