Give Back in 2017: September

In 2017, one of my goals is to donate $20.17 each month to a different charity or cause that I’m passionate about. I’ll still feature other nonprofits and social enterprises in the Give Back section, but I wanted to share this challenge with you, as well. I hope I can introduce you to some great organizations and […]

Read More

Give back in 2017: August

In 2017, one of my goals is to donate $20.17 each month to a different charity or cause that I’m passionate about. I’ll still feature other nonprofits and social enterprises in the Give Back section, but I wanted to share this challenge with you, as well. I hope I can introduce you to some great organizations and […]

Read More

Amidst it all, You are good.

Another day, another story. Newscast after newscast, Details grim and gory. Hate and ugliness fill the screens, Fear and sadness surface flowing outward in misty streams. Echoes of doubt ring loud, Why do bad things happen? How can I let my heart sing out- Amidst it all, You are good. Our imperfect world erodes day […]

Read More

March/April reads.

One of my New Year’s Resolutions is to read more in 2017. Here are the books I picked up in March and April. The genres I read were (in order): poetry/essay and nonfiction-memoir. Citizen: An American Lyric – Claudia Rankine First off, I love poetry. In high school I competed in Verse Reading for our Speech […]

Read More

Give Back in 2017: March

In 2017, one of my goals is to donate $20.17 each month to a different charity or cause that I’m passionate about. I’ll still feature other nonprofits and social enterprises in the Give Back section, but I wanted to share this challenge with you, as well. I hope I can introduce you to some great organizations and […]

Read More

Listen up.

I have never been much of an activist. I stay away from public action. I don’t attend protests. I don’t publically speak on issues. I think it’s my introverted side coming out. But I am a writer. I like one-on-one conversations. My activism is shown more through my conversations surrounding injustice, both in-person and through written […]

Read More