Tag Archives: Boston

Whimsy up your weekend post numero once: And I will always love you, Boston!

As we approach the first anniversary of the bombings at the Boston Marathon last spring, my emotions are running high. Boston is an immensely important city to me for many reasons. I’ve spent a lot of time there. And being … Continue reading

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Giving self-care more than lip service

For me, self-care has been a learning experience and an acquired skill.  Growing up in the US, I was not taught to prioritize my own well-being, or really anyone’s well-being for that matter.  I was taught to work, earn and … Continue reading

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Frustrated and appalled

Disclaimer: I am not well-versed on the gun debate (meaning it’s not something I’ve researched much) so this may not be a very informative post, but I’d still like to say a few words now about this issue. Over the … Continue reading

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More about Monday

Shortly after writing yesterday’s post, I came across another post about the Boston bombings.  It speaks to another terrifying and terrible truth about such extreme acts of violence: the fact that your race, privilege, country of origin, etc make you … Continue reading

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I was in Boston yesterday (and today)

I am on vacation this week and yesterday, I happened to be visiting friends in Boston.  Fortunately, I was not there for the marathon.  But still, I was in Boston. I was in another part of the city all day … Continue reading

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