#17: the kids are alright

This week, I've been feeling grateful and inspired by the work occurring on climate change, spearheaded by kids. Reading and researching the issue can get exhausting. I only can read so many dreary headlines about how there's no hope forward, see a new species go extinct, or stumble upon videos of endless plastic pollution in our waters. It feels … Continue reading #17: the kids are alright

#16: the pain of growth

Working on yourself can be scary, it can be unsettling, it can make you feel as though you are so self-consumed to have the luxury of "slowing down" to take time for your personal development. I've never given myself this time to grow. I've been too busy moving, looking for what's next, finding ways to … Continue reading #16: the pain of growth

#8: tune in

I haven't been able to get one issue off my mind for the past few weeks. I was driving through Florida, sitting poolside with my family within a town-home complex full of vacationers while I was engulfed by this book, The Uninhabitable Earth: Life After Warming by David-Wallace Wells. I felt as though I just … Continue reading #8: tune in