Tag Archives: joy

Treat Everyone with Dignity

“I want people to know that I’m Black—I want you to see my color. I want you to know that I’m queer. I want you to know that I’m racialized and politicized. It’s really important for me to name that, … Continue reading

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Friendship

What do you most value in your friends? Humor and honesty. And, like me, they always think the unnecessary last drink is a great idea. -Megan Rapinoe

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Don’t Save the Good Stuff

Where did we learn “to save the best for last” anyway? I’m blaming the only place I ever learned anything: Sesame Street. But it doesn’t make a lick of sense. Who knows what tomorrow will bring? At the start of quarantine … Continue reading

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Random Act of Kindness

RAVE to the young man who helped me load 700 pounds of tile into my truck at Home Depot. He was outside waiting on something as I was slowly lifting heavy tile packages when he asked if he could help. I said sure, … Continue reading

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Office Culture

I used to be a big believer that office time was essential for productivity, but remote working during the pandemic has proven me completely wrong. Not only has productivity increased — so has happiness. Equally important, we are free to … Continue reading

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