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Zigs and Zags: The Best and Worst of October

Several years ago I ran into this quote: Autumn reminds us how beautiful it can be to let things go. This year, just like a couple years ago, it touched me on an impressively deep level. October was a month spent oscillating between the new and the old. I hesitantly let go of professional dut...

An Open Book: What I Read in October

Sometimes you blink and time has completely evaporated.October felt that way to me. I look back at the month and it seems like so long ago since I read any of these books and that I barely read anything at all. Looking back at my book haul for the month, though, it really was a good reading mont...

Why I Don’t Like To Share My Favorite Travel Spots

A friend recently told me about his favorite hike in western Washington. He described the physical details of the destination to me in detail. The hiking path is accessible from the side of a relatively major road. The trail is family friendly — perfect for his kids. It leads to a beautiful and clea...

Introducing Rooted!

I am beyond excited to share a big professional update with you! But first, a story … As Peace Corps volunteers, we lived in a small village called Kihumbui-ni. Deep in the Rift Valley, Kimhumbui-ni was several hilly kilometers from the nearest paved road. In the dry season, we could reach...

Unexpected Surprises in Lviv, Ukraine

Kyiv, Lviv, and Odessa are the three destinations in Ukraine that “everyone” knows about. Obviously I know Kyiv fairly well by now, but the race is on to visit the other two.A couple weekends ago, my friend A and I decided to take the train to Lviv for the weekend. She and I took a road trip...

Zigs and Zags: The Best and Worst of September

It’s that time of year where one day you’re wearing a t-shirt and sunglasses … and then 24 hours later you’re in a jacket with the hood pulled up.Living in Ukraine, I’ve learned to fall in love with fall again. Unfortunately, our grand entrance to autumn this year came with a cold front, gray ...

An Open Book: What I Read in September

It was a wonderful month of falling in love with words. I truly can’t imagine a life where I don’t love to read.Many of the audio books I listened to this month were read by the authors themselves. There’s something about hearing authors tell their own stories and read their own words that makes the...

Sitting With My Own Discomfort

I’ve known for a long time that I’m better at asking questions than answering them.I genuinely like to hear people’s stories. Their challenges, their accomplishments, and the things they’ve learned. People become three-dimensional through conversation. Even people I think I know well can morph i...

An Open Book: What I Read in July and August

To say that this summer was filled with copious amounts of book reading is an understatement.I dove into a pile of picture books and graphic novels when I had the chance. I got myself all riled up about race and anger and injustice in America’s prisons. I found myself absorbed by light storytelling....

Zigs and Zags: The Best and Worst of the Summer Months

Well, hey there. Pardon me while I brush the dust off of this thing.<coughs> Friends, this summer was bananas. We hit June and then it was the end of August. As the end of June ticked near, I stressed out about getting this (generally monthly) post finished and published. But yo...

Life Milestones, Ten Years On

The setting sun reflects off the haze of alkaline dust lingering in the desert air. It coats my skin, sticks to my shoes, wedges into the corners of my eyes before I have a chance to put my goggles on.I’ve arrived in Black Rock City aka the playa aka Burning Man. Gifted a ticket as part of a wr...

An Open Book: What I Read in June

Is there anything more satisfying than holding a printed book in your hands?I am undeniably thankful for digital books. I love that I can check e-books out from a local library in Wisconsin and have them delivered — as if by magic — to my Kindle in Ukraine. Technology makes reading so much more accessib...
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အဲေအးရွား CEO Tony Fernandes နဲ႔ ကြာလာလမ္ပူ - စင္ကာပူသို႔ ေလယာဥ္ပ်ံသန္းေနစဥ္အတြင္းမွာ Mentoring Session ျပဳလုပ္ဖို႔ အာဆီယံမွစြန္႔ဦးတီထြင္စီးပြားေရးလုပ္ငန္းရွင္တစ္ဦးကို ဖိတ္ေခၚခ်င္ပါတယ္။ ဒီပိုစ္ကို ေသခ်ာဖတ္ျပီးပါ၀င္လုိက္ၾကရေအာင္။ Tony Fernandes is giving 1 Asean entrepreneur a mentoring session on board a flight from KL to Singapore (one-way)! Find out more below!