Posts Tagged ‘society’

How Feminism (And Other Isms) Should On Us

Feminists can still love shoes

Don’t let any -ISM bully you into pursuing a passion that isn’t yours.


Seek First to Understand

a light

In the wake of the Newtown tragedy, I am shocked by all the certainty I see on Facebook and Twitter; the mass murder of children leaves me certain of nothing and questioning everything.


Extremism is Easier than Being Happy in Real Life


One of the biggest obstacles to being happy and living intentionally is real life. Is extremism the answer?


A Little More Conversation, A Little Less Action

In Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, we came face to face with our society’s obsession with entertainment. It wasn’t Hollywood stars or pop icons hounding our dollars, but entertainment of the “tourist attraction” variety. Everywhere we turned we were promised family fun by the tons. I had been given a media pass by the CVB, a […]


This oil spill? Not BP’s fault. Not really.

Like many people, I can’t bring myself to look away from the constant updates about the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico. There’s something about this spill that seems more personal than previous ones.  Bigger.  More prophetic, or something. Maybe it’s because I live in Florida now, or maybe it’s because it’s still spilling, […]