Choose Love this Valentines Day

“Compatibility is an achievement of love. It cannot be its precondition.” – Alain de Botton In observance of Valentines Day, I’m writing on love. I was driving around this weekend to my various parties and events and managed to catch a bit of Krista Tippett’s podcast On Being. Every since I’ve moved to Austin, I’ve listenedContinue reading “Choose Love this Valentines Day”

Have I the soul of a free man or the soul of a slave?

The last few days I’ve been reading The Richest Man in Babylon, a book originally published in 1926. Author George Samuel Clason shares financial advice through a collection of parables set in ancient Babylon. The style of writing is very Shakespearean- old english. It threw me off at the beginning but I felt myself getting hookedContinue reading “Have I the soul of a free man or the soul of a slave?”

Tips on De-cluttering & Packing for a move

Less than two weeks until I drive to Austin, TX. It’ll be the first long journey road trip I’m taking in the U.S. where I’m moving all my belongings in a car. At first glance around my room, I said confidently I’d be able to fit everything into my car with space to spare. LittleContinue reading “Tips on De-cluttering & Packing for a move”

Guest Blogger: Eat Right to Work More Effectively

A lot has happened since the last time I’ve written. I finished my thesis. I defended my thesis. I attended an International Educators conference in Denver- and I’ve started to de-clutter my life to prepare for my move to Austin, TX. Alas, this post is not about me. Today I’m honored to have one ofContinue reading “Guest Blogger: Eat Right to Work More Effectively”

Learning occurs independent of teaching

Last time I was here, I was in quite the vacation funk. Since then, I’ve gotten out of it. Don’t get me wrong – I’d love to be back in Belize, but it’s been so busy that I haven’t had much time to think about it. I’ve been busy learning. Last Thursday, I got theContinue reading “Learning occurs independent of teaching”