An Invisible Miracle

An Invisible Miracle

Not too long ago I was sitting in the waiting room of a lab getting some blood work done when I noticed a simple sign on the wall. Naturally, I read it while the nurse typed my information into the system. Drawn in by it’s message, I asked her if she had placed...
When Nasty is the Norm

When Nasty is the Norm

In the last few weeks, you may have seen the video about Karen Klein, the 68 year-old grandmother who was viciously bullied by four teenagers as she worked as a school bus monitor in suburban New York. (If you’re not familiar, you can read more here.) As tears...
Game Day 101

Game Day 101

Every day you have an opportunity to play BIG. Show UP. And make a DIFFERENCE. Every day is GAME DAY. And yet, despite this fact, most of us are living life in our comfort zone. I get it. It feels good to slip on your well-worn jeans, hang out at your favorite coffee...
Can We Be Honest?

Can We Be Honest?

As a woman who was raised by a (somewhat bra-burning) feminist, I prided myself on the notion that I could have it all. It fueled me. It challenged me. It drove me to pursue my dreams. While I am grateful for the woman I have become as a result of my upbringing, I...
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