Featured Post Mar. 28th, 2020
Thank you for always showing up in a respectful, caring way with each other. We are a diverse group in every way imaginable – including our beliefs. Yet, we always manage to stay curious and kind. You give me hope about what’s possible.
Collective Vulnerability, the FFTs of Online Learning, and the Sacredness of Bored Kids
These are anxious times. I hope you are well, taking care of yourselves, and finding a way to connect with people you love. If you are a healthcare worker, social worker, counselor, first responder, store employee, food delivery person, or anyone out there on the frontlines: Thank you.
Doubling Down on Love
I’ve been offline and in struggle since the shootings in El Paso and Dayton. At first I thought it was a combination of physical and spiritual exhaustion, or maybe low grade cultural despair with a side of burnout. I tried to combat the strange sense of emptiness with more work and more grind.
What Being Sober Has Meant to Me
I celebrated 23 years sober this month – May 12 to be exact. About a year ago, I was talking to a dear friend who was newly sober, and our conversation shifted something in me. For the first time in my life, I realized that my sobriety isn’t a burden or limitation. Sobriety isn’t even a “have to” – it’s a superpower.