Tag Archives: meaning

Stock Photo Bias: Youth Version

Media images are lenses. Continue reading

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Lollipop Epiphany

An improbable accident with candy gave me a glimpse beyond. Continue reading

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Why You Care About (insert celebrity here)

I am intrigued about the way technology intersects with the unspoken essence of loving connection. It leads me to a potentially crackpot theory…. Continue reading

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Right Now You Are Activating Change

You, like so many change-makers are already living through deeply felt, personally lived ethics. That itself causes rippling change. Continue reading

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Fighting Crazed Holiday Syndrome

Five tactics to de-stress the holidays, including Shun Those Voices and renounce How Does She Do It All Disease. Continue reading

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Monday Hearts For Madalene

Love made visible. Continue reading

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The Antidote Is Awe

Handy stress relief method. Continue reading

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Staring Down Worry

A vision changed me. Continue reading

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25 Ways To Make History Relevant

When children ask “why” we often realize we don’t know. The answer invariably leads us back to history. Let’s learn about history in ways that unlock curiosity and lifelong interest. Continue reading

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Grateful For The Dark Stuff Too

A life lived fully means embracing your mistakes, doubts, and crises. Continue reading

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