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I went to law school with a woman named Pearl. I didn’t know her well, even though she may have been in my small section. I honestly can’t remember. I didn’t pay much attention to Pearl because she was “old.” … Continue reading
Apparently between my posts on inclusion, the one on stealth grief, the sixth and final installment of the insensitive autism comments, plus the post on how sometimes shit just happens, I have inadvertently given people the idea that I’m in … Continue reading
Welcome to another Tuesday with TED. Today we have Julie Burstein, the author of Spark: How Creativity Works, speaking on “Four Lessons in Creativity.” Remember, embrace your experiences, challenges, limitations, and losses to be more creative — in any profession. … Continue reading