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A day of resistance and lessons

The SEED (Seeking Educational Equity & Diversity) Showcase: Tools of Resistance is the first educational conference I’ve been to in many years, and I was excited. 1,498 more words

Goals & Resolutions

Depression is not the muse I asked for:

A make-it-up-as-I-go-along survival guide to the Trump era

I used to call myself a writer.

Not that I made a living from it, but I have spent a significant portion of time in various writing pursuits over the last eight years, at least enough to justify my business card, I think. 519 more words


Mission accomplished--Paths wandered

I did it. I walked all of Berkeley’s paths in a little over a year.

The final leg of my journey was Claremont Path (#130), which is a shortcut between the end of Hillcrest Road and El Camino Real. 290 more words

Urban Hiker

And You Haven't Even Started on That New Year's Resolution That You Made for 2017 Because Who, What, When, Where, How, and Why

      You can set four thousand New Year’s resolutions at the beginning of the new year, but as we stumble closer and closer to February, how many of these goals and resolutions have become more than words scribbled on a page… 465 more words

      Starting The Day Off Right

      A different kind of urban hike

      The night before the march we got out the poster board and broad-tipped Sharpies in five different colors. I spent way too much time looking for catchy phrases to put on my sign. 1,648 more words

      S.F. Bay Area

      Whimpering my way into 2017

      It’s 2017, and I guess I have the New Year blues. I have a lingering cough and low energy, and I’m not that excited about the future right now, despite my resolve back in December to use the disastrous presidential election as a motivating force to actively engage rather than fall into a passive blob of despair. 492 more words

      Urban Hiker

      Does getting older change you?

      Today I read an article entitled “Things you should stop doing by the time you’re 30”. I overall thought it was a great list. It got me thinking. 1,456 more words