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Hi all, After a painfully long period away from PLTL, I hope to share some updates, though more importantly, I look forward to hearing updates from you! It’s been three months since I started grad school, though I am back home … Continue reading
Hi all! Just a note to say that I have not dropped off the face of the planet, but have simply started my first month of graduate school in North Carolina. Regular content will continue on Project Light to Life … Continue reading
A few days ago, my mom called me to tell me that while going through boxes of old stuff I had written, she found a list I had written when I was eight years old: “100 Things to Do Before … Continue reading
Today I came across an article in People that I want to share. Five-year-old Liam Myrick has undergone 14 rounds of chemo, nine major surgeries, and two bone marrow transplants, but he is working hard to cross items off his … Continue reading
Just before I was about to meet a friend in New York City, who works for ABC News, she texted me saying that Robin Williams had just died. Like nearly everyone I know, I was so sad to hear this … Continue reading
I’d like to give a big thank you to Mik Hetu for featuring me on his website OurRoleModels.com. If you get a chance, please check out Mik’s website! Hope you’re all having a lovely weekend and enjoying your summer.
Hi all! Just a short note to say that I returned from my twelve day trip to Europe last night and have not dropped off the face of the Earth. I hope you all are doing well and having a … Continue reading
Although I am a bucket list blogger, I am also obsessed with happiness — or its more fancy term subjective well-being (SWB) — studies. Two other favorites of mine are summer and food. What better season than summer to look … Continue reading