We’ve learned much of what we know about the brain in the last 30 years and some of what we used to think was true has become brain myth.
I started reading The Opposite of Certainty, a memoir by Janine Urbaniak Reid, because it’s another story about someone with a brain tumor. While the details were different, I saw my story.
Mosaic making has been the hands-on activity that has helped me focus during quarantine brain.
Words matters. We need to know the meaning of what we say and learn from those who have been speaking on race for generations. State Street artists in Madison, Wisconsin are showing us how to do that.
I had a chance to visit the elephants of Mandalao just before the coronavirus pandemic. They are now-out-of work and could use our help.
When a speech teacher dared us with 20 zeroes. I took the challenge. Now I’m older and have finally found a way to speak that suits me.
reading the diary of a famous writer during the quarantine is perfect since it reminds me of all the things I can’t write, right now and how famous writers struggle sometimes too.
If you have quarantine brain right now your brain is longing for something to get lost in. Learn about flow and how to find it.
Halfway through the expected safer-at-home initiative I’m looking at how I spent my time so far and what I’m going to do with the next five weeks.
Since we can’t get together this year, I’m remembering when we had what we thought was a small gathering of only 10 people just a few years ago and I made an Easter lamb cake.