Featured Post Aug. 31st, 2020
When I read the heartbreaking news of Chadwick Boseman’s death on Friday night, I immediately re-watched his commencement address at Howard University. This line grabbed me by the shoulders the first time I heard it, and it grabbed me again this weekend:
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.
Which Book Do I Read First?
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.