Selfcare in the Time of COVID

Selfcare in the Time of COVID

In only a few short weeks, our homes have transformed from living spaces into classrooms, gyms, offices, and even sanctuaries. The reality of navigating daily life during a global pandemic means we are being tasked with fulfilling our many roles from the confines of...
International Women’s Day

International Women’s Day

One of the things I have loved most about my new day job is how supportive our team is of each other. We celebrate our successes together, we step in when and where we are needed, and we do what we can to help each other grow as professionals. But most importantly –...
The Inevitable Stumble

The Inevitable Stumble

What happens after you’ve conquered your past? Where do you go once the demons are slayed and peace is made? With who you were, where you’ve been, what you’ve done, and what you’ve been through? What happens when the only work left to do lies ahead of you and not...
The Final Summit

The Final Summit

One of the final – and some would say hardest – steps in healing and overcoming trauma is choosing to believe that good things will come. Most of the survivors I’ve met over the years are scared to put their faith in the certainty of good – truly believing that...
Identity and Perception

Identity and Perception

I had a wonderful opportunity meet up with an old friend recently. After a great visit, I left the coffee shop thinking about the power of perception and what happens when you choose to believe either the best or the worst things that are said, believed, or whispered...