last week we celebrated international women’s day, and while i appreciate that women received the acknowledgement we deserve for being awesome,… Read more the phenomenal women in my life.
over the weekend the big river crossing opened, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross the mississippi between downtown memphis and… Read more marvelous memphis: big river crossing.
in january of each year i set some goals for myself to accomplish over the months ahead, usually a combination… Read more midyear check-in // 2016.
i am not a doctor, nor do i wish to become one, but as the daughter of two doctors and… Read more book number thirteen of 2016: complications [atul gawande].
most people in the world – and especially any who work in education – know who malala is. she is… Read more book number eleven of 2016: i am malala [malala yousafzai w/christina lamb].
well march certainly flew by! with two long weekends and cindy’s departure back to the states, i stayed on my… Read more in photos: march 2016.
what are your thoughts on adult colouring books? when i first heard of the idea of colouring books specifically marketed toward… Read more the magical world of adult colouring books.
i am currently reading i am malala, malala yousafzai’s account of growing up in the swat valley of pakistan and her… Read more march documentary: class dismissed, malala’s story.
this weekend i am: enjoying a staycation at the oberoi! it’s a long weekend for holi and easter, so i figured… Read more weekly roundup 12 // 2016.
as i mentioned in my review of born to run, the book had me in an underlining frenzy. below you will find… Read more favourite passages from born to run [christopher mcdougall].