Dear Demi, The likelihood of you actually ever reading this is slim to none but I hope that by putting a little love into the world, those who need it, receive it. You are such an inspiration to me, and I wanted to take a moment to thank you for your honesty. Today you released … Continue reading Dear Demi.
At the beginning of the summer I bought myself rollerblades. I figured they'd be more convenient then a bike and I used to love rollerblading when I was younger - they seemed like a good investment. The thought of "but you haven't even gone ice skating in years let alone done any sort of rollerblading" … Continue reading Baby Steps to Courage.
Jambo! Hello. Jina langu ni, Rachael. My name is, Rachael. I was a participant in the 2018 Education Through Experience Kenya GCELE that ran February - March over the course of 12 days. It is honestly impossible to put my experience into words, which is why I have delayed this blog post for so long. I had … Continue reading Kenya GCELE 2018
People often ask me "so, what's your plan?" This question refers to what I'm going to do with my life. I do have two degrees after all - shouldn't that mean I want to be a classroom teacher? If not, what was the point of 5 years of university and thousands of dollars spent? Don't … Continue reading “So, What’s Your Plan?”
While on family vacation in Destin, Florida, I made a lot of observations. The one that struck out to me the most was the way people interacted with nature. The town we were in is a tourist town, that ends up like a ghost town during the winter months. People from all over the world … Continue reading Look for the Rabbits.
DISCLAIMER: This is not about any one person in particular, and I am not trying to offend anyone. This is just something that I feel needs to be addressed with our increased use of technology/social media. I do understand being busy - I am a busy person myself. I understand there sometimes aren't enough hours … Continue reading Take a Minute & Say Hello.
The new year brings with it new hopes, new dreams, and new excitements but it also brings with it new heartbreak, new sorrows and new pain. It is not an excuse or a reason to run away from the past. The "old" doesn't just disappear with the new. The new year, at least for … Continue reading 2018.