With the recent loss of my best friend’s husband, I’ve done a lot of thinking and ruminating on the status of grief and the people left behind with one’s death. What could I offer to his family, including my best friend, during this terrible time? At thirty-years old and in seemingly good health, the loss […]
I can’t speak for everyone, but I suspect there are a lot of us who don’t feel amazing every day. I suspect most of us carry on and don’t say anything. I assume some of us feel guilty about complaining because there are so many moments we should be thankful for. I hear you folks! I’m with you!
Diabetes makes me inconvenient. I know this; it is a fact. I don’t say that to blame anyone or feed into some idea that this is an injustice of a chronic illness. It’s simply a fact.
It was worth the $47 I hadn’t planned to spend on books. The rest of the trip was wonderful as well, but it was the time in the bookstore in Ithaca that really made my weekend.
“What are you doing?” Dorothy’s voice sang out over the giant stalks of the bustling red plants. Everywhere, she saw munchkins, with their tiny little bodies sprawled all over the ground. On one another, covered in the pollen of the dangerous flowers, reeking of poppy seeds and the guilt of succumbing to an aching addiction. […]
A short series piece of Fairly Oz: The Scarecrow
Work-life balance results in happier and healthier female employees who are able to focus on their work and still care for their families, resulting in better productivity and healthier, happier individuals and families.
Considering how community education can impact productivity and community growth.
A random novel break featuring awesome prompts from Pinterest. 1-1-17. Enjoy!
Accepting responsibility for not achieving goals is another step towards actually reaching them.