Tag Archives: class

Focus Group Discussion Success!

Earlier in the day we went to visit a literacy and education class for women in a village named Mwachombe. It was really cool. These women are learning how to read and write and do mathematics. Our church, VCF, helps … Continue reading

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Scattered Thoughts on Behavior Change

I have been on a quest to find cough syrup that I can take that is safe for nursing mothers to use. I have been assured two times that the cough syrup I’m examining in the pharmacy or grocery store … Continue reading

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Vacation

Vacation was so fun. It was so refreshing to spend a whole week only having fun. I haven’t done that in ages! I love spending time with the west coast fam, too. When we’re together, it just feels so fun … Continue reading

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Call me a Progressive, but I think racism is wrong.

Here is a blurb from an article that my professor assigned for this week. The author has just made a case that our “ruling class” comprised of progressives is ruining America by proposing or supporting amendments to the Constitution. It … Continue reading

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FLOW

“The best moments in our lives are not the passive, receptive, relaxing times… The best moments usually occur if a person’s body or mind is stretched to its limits in a voluntary effort to accomplish something difficult and worthwhile.” ~ Mihaly … Continue reading

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