Over the past week, I was the lead organizer for WordCamp Minneapolis, where I gave three original workshop talks as part of our first ever Foundation Friday, and was in charge of overseeing the logistics of the speaker dinner, afterparty, a social brunch, and two days of multiple tracks sessions for over 400 attendees. Immediately following this,… Read More
Have you heard of Spoon Theory? If you haven’t, I highly suggest you go read the article on Spoon Theory before you continue. As a general summary, Spoon Theory is a highly effective way of describing the finite mental and physical resources that people with a disability or chronic illness have at their disposal on a… Read More
Realizing the need to let go of old fears and embrace a kinder form of motivation in order to grow, I choose to Live Life Thoughtfully in 2016.
I may not be a daily blogger (or weekly, or monthly for that matter) but as we cycle through the final (short and mostly dark) day of 2014, I can’t help but reflect upon the previous year and look ahead to the future. 2014 started with a great deal of uncertainty, and so I decided… Read More