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Australia: A sunburned country

Disclosure: Please know that if you make a purchase using a link on this page, I may earn a commission (at no extra cost to you), which in turn helps support this site. Thank you in advance. I graduated from college and convinced my older sister to quit her job and spend six weeks abroad […]

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The Lowland: A journey through love, life & identity

Jhumpa Lahiri is one of my favorite authors. My best friend introduced me to her collection of short stories called Interpreter of Maladies nearly a decade ago. It was over those pages that I gained an appreciation for Lahiri’s ability to describe life’s details (with clean simplicity) in just the right proportions. It is in those moments […]

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The Psychology of Habits: How to Break Free From the Bad and Cultivate the Good

Over eating, checking our cell phones, chewing one’s finger nails—all bad habits. But what happens when we understand the nature of a habit and use it to transform ourselves, relationships, public health and communities in which we live? As we entered into a New Year, I have been reading a lot of articles on resolutions, […]

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