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Urgent and Frivolous

Another week down… It’s unnerving how quickly we’re spiraling into March.  I’ve been working on figuring out what

AP Nationals, Brain Space, and Papa Fred

Yesterday, I got asked if I wanted to be on a proposal for a national conference alongside someone I highly respect.  I, of course, said

Albion College in winter

TGIF: Glitter Shoes and More

This week has been a BEAST.  Monday started out good enough, but it went downhill from there.  I felt like I couldn’t make any

journey of doing - professional success in 2017

Professional Success in 2017 – it’s only February!

It’s hard to believe it’s only been a week since I met up with Katie for a lunch date in Michigan!!  If I’m being

journey of doing - live from Michigan

Live from Michigan!!

Oh man.  It’s been a little heavy around these parts lately.  I’ve just been s-t-r-e-s-s-e-d… and things have been SO

January: Deliberate Intention for ASP

This month has seemed long.  It seems like ages that I wrote about my goal to live 2017 with deliberate intention.  January was oddly

journey of doing - #GetWoke, #StayWoke

#GetWoke. #StayWoke.

When I was in college, I was subjected to my first up close and personal experience with the abuse of civil rights (and thus began my

Post inauguration nightmares and things that hurt my heart

I hadn’t planned to get political up in here but I just finished another big deadline. And, I had post inauguration nightmares last

journey of doing - living with deliberate intention for 2017

2017 – Live with Deliberate Intention

Kerri posted last week that her word, after much thought, was peace.  I also had been thinking of a word for 2017.  What did I want out of

Thursday Thoughts (I do what I want!)

“Tell the truth,” I say.   “Tell the story only you can tell,” I encourage them.   And yet, I am a

Monday musings: the great rank debate, nasty women, and my America

Last week, I sat at the second meeting regarding class rank at one of our schools.  This was a policy I had fought to get implemented to

journey of doing - it's going to be okay

It’s Going to Be Okay

Those very bright white words splashed across a lime green background called to me as I waited in line to pay for pencils… the irony