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What Color is Your (Teaching) Parachute?

It’s a truth universally acknowledged that all bartenders/waiters are actually photographers or actors.

Teaching ESL abroad can be a similar endeavor. It’s a way to maximize working hours and return-on-investment. 367 more words

Wellness

We’ve Been Approaching Sleep Entirely the Wrong Way

Who is still feeling a little sluggish after losing one hour of sleep from Spring forward? We eat clean and fresh and get physical activity into our lives, but what about  our sleep? 1,741 more words

Health

Radiance

The season of lying fallow has been strange.

On one end, an intentional pulling back from writing, made easy by, on the other, the evaporation of the little drops of free time by a new intense season at work. 714 more words

March 27: "Up-Hill"

Does the road wind up-hill all the way?

   Yes, to the very end.

Will the day’s journey take the whole long day?

   From morn to night, my friend. 94 more words

Hope

Somewhere in the middle of caring and not caring

March has been interesting. It’s the first month where I’ve not been actively training for something. NYC Marathon training started last July and I’ve pretty much been going non-stop since. 208 more words

Running

5 Weird Ways of Incorporating Mindfulness into Your Day

Everyone needs to incorporate mindfulness into their day. It’s known as one of the most effective ways to beat depression and bring happiness and joy into life. 314 more words