Managing time more effectively
By Robyn Gee
The 30-second PSAs from the U.S. Department of Education’s TEACH campaign, run by a coalition of major corporations and Teach for Americ…
Relearning and breaking old habits hasn’t been easy but its been worth the work. This New Year (like the last few) I didn’t make New Year’s Resolutions. I set intentions around a loose framework and look forward to seeing them manifest.
If your love is truly eternal, what’s the rush? If it’s real, that person will continue to be committed to you two months from now, two years from now, and two decades from now. Grow, learn, travel, party, cuddle, read, explore. Do. Freaking. Something… other than “settle down” at 23 with a white picket fence.
Some days I have blue eyes; other days they are green. On New Year’s Eve they were green … with envy and with thoughts of how to finally hit the jac…
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My Catholic school education equipped me with the ability to do well in school, an extensive knowledge of religion and, as so often happens, a cynical and jaded approach to organized religion.
The social impact sector is ill-equipped to deal with competition. There are so many of us trying to solve the same problems, problems that need solving, we need to do it together.
If you want to be a patriotic American, look at America as it is. Acknowledge the human potential in this country as it exists rather than how you wish it to be. Listen to the observations of the young with curiosity rather than contempt.
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