Awareness: Use Your Senses Not Your Stories

I avidly observe dogs because they are present-tense creatures. I find their combination of instinct and real-time logic both useful and inspirational. Sure, dogs occasionally bark, cower or growl, but these are behaviors bourne out of real-time awareness: they are immediate...

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Telling the Truth About Lying

As lying becomes commonplace in Social Media, a clear conversation is needed about how lying affects our emotional wellbeing. Bending experiences into Instagrammed smiles or exaggerated Facebook passages, many skew personal data. As a result, we've become a culture of false...

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Sensibility: The Word According to Harper Lee (and others…).

Sensibility: The Word According to Harper Lee (and others...). Because my mother's family has, for generations, resided in Alabama, I grew up absorbing a sensibility that was deeply Southern. A sensibility many were introduced to during their formative years while shaking...

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