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Judging A Blog By Its Cover

So, I’ve got a new header image for the blog!

A very good friend, the very talented Tami (her website is here!) designed a new logo and banner for me. I love them. They are uniquely mine and I love the whimsy feel.

As I’ve shared a few times, I’ve gone from writing as an exercise to free my self from the fear of failing to realizing how important this self-expression is to beginning a new chapter as a speaker. I’ve got an ambitious goal for next year and I can’t wait to share it with you! (In the meantime, interested in an entertaining and insightful speaker on the topics of diversity and inclusion, leadership, change management, or geek culture? Drop me a line!)

Just a happy little update this morning – thanks for stopping by, reading a post or two, commenting, and sharing! It’s been an amazing journey!


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My Debut as a Speaker – Join Me!

Live in the Syracuse area? Interested in developing best practices to support transgender students and, in the process, make our schools a safer place for all students? Want to see me make my debut as a speaker?

Join us this Friday!

A review of best practices

A review of best practices

Don’t miss it!

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The Next Chapter In My Professional Life

I started this blog a few years ago to explore  the creativity that I’d been afraid to exercise. I’m happy with the results. I didn’t realize how important it was to my psyche to flex these creative muscles. Writing makes me happy in a profound way. Unfortunately, I’ve also realized that NOT writing for a period of time makes me very unhappy. (The Queen has got it figured out. I know that I’m not fun to be around when she asks me if I need to leave the house for an hour and go write.)

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