Let’s Share What We Learned in June

It’s the end of June and that means it’s time to share what we’ve learned. If you’re new around here, this is a regular practice we engage in together, as we are learning the value of looking back before moving forward. I’ll leave the linky up open for...

For Your Weekend

May the blues of summertime rise up to meet you, from the pale salt of the sea to the western morning sky. Let the superman ice cream drip down your arm and the pool chlorine fade your swimsuit from red to pink. Don’t be afraid to dive into deep, cold waters....

How Being Specific is Changing the World

We count the growth rings in a tree stump to see how old it is, skipping over the blanks between. We’re looking only for the darkest circles, pointing to them as proof of growth. But the dark circles only show one piece of the story, leave marks of the slowest...

For When You Just Can’t Let it Go

They’re searching for Amelia Earhart again. They call her disappearance “one of the most enduring mysteries in aviation history.” I certainly can’t argue with that. Some unknowns are just too hard to let go. Standing on the beach as the sun...