Living Dreams In Judy’s Rainbow 🌈! Women’s Herstory Month 2020

She was more than an entertainer, Hollywood icon, singer, actress, or dancer. Judy Garland is the performance of how to. . .dream! What she taught Hollywood, her audience, and the world, is that dreams are invisible hopes, that we seek in a reality. Her quotes, songs, performances, characters, and interactions with her audience were reflectionsRead more ⟶

Gazes Of Truth! Women’s Herstory Month 2020

The eyes are consistently viewed as the telling of truth. Eyes reveal truth, even when the mouth hides from it. That’s the reality of it. Covering the eyes, consistently can mean a few things. It can mean that one doesn’t want their inner truth revealed. Afraid of one’s vulnerabilities to be exposed. Or, it meansRead more ⟶

An Outer Approach For Our Inner Spring! #LessonsOfCorona

Spring time is here! And the fascinating thing about seasons, is that they will always, be here. It doesn’t matter what is going on in the world. Whether it be the political, societal, economic, or cultural issues of the day, the seasons will never change. That’s the beauty of Mother Nature. Even if we areRead more ⟶

Making Your Home Your Sanctuary

Our homes are places of refuge from the noise of the outside world. We all need a space that allows us to feel at ease. No matter what is going on around us or in our lives, it’s nice to be able to shut out the distractions, refocus our energies, and find our center. OurRead more ⟶

Guilt Is Good, but Responsibility Is Better

It happens every semester. Not long after midterm week, a young man comes to sit in my office. He comes to talk with me about the work he’s doing in my intro to Women’s Studies course, or perhaps in my Men and Masculinities class. We usually start by talking about the reading, or about hisRead more ⟶

What did I Learn Reading a Book a Week in 2019?

I always dismissed my inability to focus.  Outside of the Harper’s Bazaar, for years reading was merely a holiday past time, the benefits quickly forgotten within half an hour of returning from our annual summer break at Noosa. It was only when I suddenly had too much time on my hands, when the silence inRead more ⟶