This post shares how I practice empathy using the police shootings of the last week as an example (specifically empathy for my friends of color and my friends vocally supporting police officers). Last week I experienced one of my most
Today is a guest post from Amy Oestreicher sharing more in depth about her TEDx talk and how she made it happen! Amy is an artist, speaker, writer, and entrepreneur. She wrote a one-woman-show, Gutless & Grateful, which she’s taken
If you read or watch the news, you’d think the world was going to Hell in a handbasket. You’d be hard pressed to call it a “beautiful catastrophe,” although you might call it a catastrophe. BEWARE! THE APOCALYPSE IS NIGH!
Sparkling. That’s one of the things I miss about snow. During a clear day, the light is blindingly bright. It becomes impossible for pale eyes to see. On a moonlit night, the crystal landscape turns an eerie blue, mixed with