Here is a great article on the latest craze with bike sharing. When I was in Spain, I was very impressed by their system, but I like how this article speaks on the financial and logistical accessibility of these programs. There is a lot of room for growth! Shifting Gears To Make Bike-Sharing More Accessible … More Shifting Gears To Make Bike-Sharing More Accessible via NPR
I use to dream about her all of the time. She loves the water, the way it rushes around her swollen ankles, and how the salt water tickles her tongue. When the salt gets into her eyes, she doesn’t seem to mind it as much as most. She would just spit a little, and … More A Childless State of Mind
Trigger Warning: In 100% of the issues we face as a species, demonstrating mastery of empathy and perspective is the answer to almost every problem.While working with kids, my number one theme and strategy, especially when it comes to reducing conflict, is reviewing and teaching the skill of empathy. Hands down, it works almost every … More Is John Kerry the one full of shit or Congress or Both?
To feel good, this is what you do: you love your family and friends, and you try to do it better than most. You get educated so that you can contribute better to the planet than those that came before. You live with passion and dedication. You might have a beer or eat a glorious … More Bombs Are Not Just for Boston
Here’s the thing, city travel isn’t my favorite, but I’ll embrace my urban fever like the best of them. Cities provide intense education on the diversity and transportation of the area you’re in and don’t even get me started on the food! I’ll get to that obsession in a minute. Even though it’s a hectic … More Eating and Being in NYC (A Few suggestions from a novice)