how to power through a rough week

Last week was not easy. It was a rough week…but I still powered through. Most of the time, I felt like any semblance of progress […] Read More

prayer anxiety is real.

Every month, I like to establish a new habit or two for myself. It’s an opportunity for incorporating new ways to refresh my spirit. Mix […] Read More

what it means to be twenty-two

In each new day, new life forms. For my case, my life began twenty-two years ago yesterday. I don’t ever plan much special celebration; it’s […] Read More

my experience using the Fisher Wallace Stimulator

Several months ago, I embarked on a new journey. This journey is quite a unique one. I’ve had high hopes for progress, an immense burden […] Read More

REAL tips for a mentally ill teacher

Health education has greatly improved since my time in school. Rather than just focusing on the human anatomy and nutrition, we’re beginning to expose students […] Read More

blossom against low self-esteem

Sometimes it feels like there is no worse quality in the world than a low self-esteem. For as much harm as other people in the […] Read More

why new year’s resolutions don’t work

One year passes, only for another to take its place. Tear off the calendar page. Rekindle the burning ember as we carry the torch. Call […] Read More

a mid-service recap: WorldTeach American Samoa

While I cannot begin to encompass my service into a neat package, I want to share some highlights for my mid-service in American Samoa as a WorldTeacher. And no, it’s definitely not all picturesque ocean views and beach days.

stuck in the middle…but still dreaming

Are we wrong to be daydreaming, longing for what can be? All the ways we might flourish…whenever the time arises? The answer isn’t as simple as we’d like.

an evolving social media perspective

As humans, we are constantly evolving and growing. I’m not the same person I was five years ago, let alone a day ago. We’re perpetually […] Read More