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Time’s Up

Time’s Up

Years ago, after wrapping up a work project in Boston, I decided to make my way to Concord, which was just a short drive from the city. My intrigue was two-fold: a love for all things history (in this case the American Revolutionary war) and the rich literary culture...
Dressing up & Stripping Down

Dressing up & Stripping Down

2018 is already shaping up to be a year full of reflection and contemplation, and we are only a few days in! I noticed it this week as I was taking down Christmas decorations. I still don’t think I have quite wrapped my head around the idea of scorching heat in the...
Setting Sail & Closing Chapters

Setting Sail & Closing Chapters

12 days on a boat sailing across the South Pacific provided ample time for rest and reflection, not to mention days spent exploring and afternoons by the pool. I found myself looking back on all the changes the past year brought, particularly as this one comes to an...
The Emperor Has No Clothes!

The Emperor Has No Clothes!

The famous tale written by Hans Christian Andersen ends with a child pointing out to all the adults, “the Emperor has no clothes!” Recently, I was speaking with a reporter back in the U.S who is writing a “year in review” piece and wanted to discuss women and...
A Few Good Men

A Few Good Men

This past week, we witnessed another prominent male media figure in the U.S meet his professional demise at the hand of his own behavior. As we were waking up to the headlines across the globe, it got me thinking a lot about a few things. Perception versus reality and...
O Christmas Tree

O Christmas Tree

This week will bring the end of November, which for many signals the start of Christmas – the official green light to decorate for the holidays. While stores have had items on display for weeks, Thanksgiving has traditionally been a time reserved for decorating...

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