People Who Inspire Me: Julie Nolke

Today is going to be a little bit different of a post. I’m celebrating an arguably famous creator/writer/artist and this is going to be the first in a series called People Who Inspire Me. Pretty simple concept, right? I do not own any of these videos and they are embedded directly from YouTube. I recommendContinue reading “People Who Inspire Me: Julie Nolke”

The Castro We Knew – A Poem

Yesterday, Jacob and I drove through our old neighborhood in San Francisco after my UCSF appointment before we started our drive back to Montana to quarantine for 2 weeks. While we couldn’t see anyone in person, I wanted to see the city that stole a part of me. What we saw? My heart breaks forContinue reading “The Castro We Knew – A Poem”

Twitter Is A Strange Place For Global News Insights

At any given time the major cities around the globe are lit up on the Twitter activity heat map. They don’t sleep, but you’ll see after 5 PM things start to get busier for countries that run on a Monday through Friday work schedule. For those of you losing your minds over that last statement,Continue reading “Twitter Is A Strange Place For Global News Insights”

How Not To Feel Alone On Your 31st Birthday In 2020

Happy Birthday To Me! Today I turn 31 in the year 2020. The world is chaotic (to say the least). But there is so much for which to be thankful. We have an opportunity in this dark time: we can use this as a pathway to finding our similarities and common ground. We can useContinue reading “How Not To Feel Alone On Your 31st Birthday In 2020”