I am downright in love with this blog. To me, this is true journalism: telling the stories of “ordinary” people who are all extraordinary. This is a beautiful piece of work.
What are you doing after you graduate?”
What a seemingly deadly question.
Is it just me, or do very few of us know exactly where we want to be five years from now? For the confused and the frightened, the future is a gnarly place.
Who am I? What am I doing with my life? Should I switch my major to something totally different? Is everyone else actually happier than me, or are they just better at pretending? What would make me happy? Chances are these reoccurring questions never find an answer.
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I’m super excited to announce the launch of a new blog I’ve created with my dear best friend, Sarah, “The Duck and The Owl.” It will be a collection of scatterbrained thoughts about life, cute things, and your thoughts too. Check out stuff we already have up including our thoughts on boy bands, summer camp, and Galentine’s Day!
Go here now! The Duck and The Owl
A Look Back at 2012
So many amazing things happened this year:
Good food. Amazing Friends. Seattle. Loss. A new puppy. 21. Greece. Camp. Journalism. Writing. Teaching. Students. Inspiration. Love.
This article is beautiful and honest. Coming from a family almost eerily identical to hers, I strongly believe what she says we need to do. It’s time for this conversation and it’s been time for a while. We need to help those with special needs, not say that the only way they can get help is to go to jail.
Check out my stories in this season’s issue of College & Cook Magazine: “Food Challenges: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly” and “When Gastroparesis Got Between Me and Donuts”