It’s okay to be embarrassed, ashamed, uncomfortable, confused or even angry. These emotions are signs of experiencing change, so please don’t ignore them. Instead, listen to them; let them change you.
Hey friends, I did some research on anti-racism and have learned A LOT. Let’s do better, ok?
Adventure is everywhere– I’m here to prove it can even be found on your own couch.
I have personally put off writing about the coronavirus for two reasons…
Here in the States, it’s easy to think Brexit will have little impact on us as a nation. It’s time to pay attention.
Every day that goes by is another page added to history. The definition of who is good and who is bad in a historical narrative is completely subjective to the author of the book.
While I’ve written a lot, the cliche still rings true: a picture is worth a thousand words (I missed that count by thirty).
Featuring the United States in this week’s International Update was emotionally exhausting.
I’m so glad it’s over.
Every one of these stories shows how an event in one nation, big or small, can have a ripple effect.
My time in Iowa was filled with one of my best friends, awesome food, a little bit of education, and a concrete gnome!