Most of us live very busy lives. No matter what stage of life we’re in, it seems like there’s always way too many things on our plate. When you’re a student, it’s homework and extracurriculars and part-time jobs. If you’re a parent, there’s always cleaning to do and dinner to prepare and someplace the kidsContinue reading “Living a Fulfilled Life”
You finally did it– you walked across that stage, received your diploma, and took pictures in your cap and gown. If you find yourself at home after graduation, take advantage of it; there’s a lot of good to be found there.
This year has brought a lot of unexpected heartache. Maybe you, like me, went into 2020 saying “this is going to be my year!” only to be blindsided in March by the Covid-19 virus. And just when summer seemed to bring some relief from the lockdowns and restrictions, the death of George Floyd and theContinue reading “From Heartache to Hope: A Reflection on 2020”