Maybe you didn’t know it, but aging is like the Circus. It’s a high wire act of balance. As you age, there are performers ahead of you that have learned some skills, had some falls—also flown daringly high in the air. They are amazing people, and they recognize younger people are amazing collaborators as well.
The world has seen its fair share of disaster during 2020 so far, and I think most people would agree that humanity has faced hardship, heartbreak, and camaraderie of all different kinds throughout. However, the heartbreak seems to have far superseded the togetherness that should be felt during a time of hardship like the COVID-19 [...]
Feeling unsafe during a walk is a reality most women and even men confront everyday. Changing the societal norms that create this unsafe environment almost always starts with policy. In this post, I discuss Gender Responsive Budgeting as an economic budgeting response to this inequality.
Born to Run: A Hidden Tribe, Superathletes, and the Greatest Race the World Has Never Seen by Christopher McDougall is an incredible read about changing lifestyle, tradition, understanding (and misunderstanding), among many other enchanting and surprising facts of life. As Netwalkers, I think we all have a slightly more elevated understanding of the benefits that come [...]