I’ve been thinking a lot about truth lately. Knowing it. Owning it. Accepting it. I shared a thought about truth from Glennon Doyle Melton on Facebook back in January that really spoke to me. She said, Learn your truth, sit with it, own it, express it. Then: You’re done! No defending or babysitting your truth […]
“No hate. No fear. Everyone is welcome here.” The words were chanted by women, men and children around me as I marched past the Washington Monument with 499,999 other people on Saturday in Washington D.C. A band played ahead of us, giving me a little extra pep in my step despite a churning stomach and […]
My latest post on World Moms Network is all about the power of everyday kindness. Giving – and kindness, as a form of giving – has been on my brain lately. Partly because we are heading into what’s known as the giving season in America, but also because of the raw emotion that remains after […]
Pushed into action. The most difficult events bring the biggest change. #humpdayhaiku Who’s got a haiku for me today? (5 – 7 – 5 syllables)
Staring at the stars Escaped from reality Lost in profound thought #humpdayhaiku What’s on your mind today? As per usual, bonus points for comments in the form of haiku (5 – 7 – 5 syllables).
As a director of development, I spend a good portion of my days talking with donors or potential donors about what my organization wants, needs and /or accepts for in-kind donations. These are the donations of goods or services and not money. In my book, Simple Giving: Easy Ways to Give Every Day, I talk […]