Tag Archives: vulnerability

I take a village

It had been nearly five years since I felt that way. I sat paralyzed in front of my computer. The email notification box fading in and out over and over, my phone ringing, people scurrying outside my door. My to-do … Continue reading

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Starts

I’ve been thinking about “starts” a lot lately. For the first 25 or so years of our life, we have to start things. Start school, start university/college, start a part-time job, start a “grown up” job. We’re more or less forced … Continue reading

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The Comfort Myth

One time, Christa Hesselink got on stage in front of a few hundred people (and a few thousand more online), pretended to use a giraffe floaty toy, admitted her addiction to fancy napkins, and made me think about comfort in a … Continue reading

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