#SWU

No (Wo)man is an Island: Asking a Fish to Climb a Tree By: Marialice Curran

No (Wo)man is an Island: Asking a Fish to Climb a Tree    By: Marialice Curran

Jrney is honored to be able to feature the third and final post in my #SWU series from Marialice Curran, reminding us all that identity is always evolving. It is the experiences we go through that make us into who we are. But in that process, sometimes our identity becomes stripped down to a label. Labels are harmful, yet we use them to make sense of the world. What if the only label we had was human? 

The Blank Middle: Cycle of Independence and Collaboration By: F. Margret Atkinson

The Blank Middle: Cycle of Independence and Collaboration    By: F. Margret Atkinson

The first time I talked to Margret Atkinson I knew we would be friends. She's just that type of person with an exuberance for life that you don't often find. Her energy is infectious, and I'm constantly inspired by her ability and genuine interest in connecting people to each other. I'm so honored to continue this week sharing journeys that I know we can all relate to. Here's her story...

Life as a Lone Soldier By: Bronwyn Joyce

Life as a Lone Soldier    By: Bronwyn Joyce

So often we try to take on the challenges of life alone. We tell ourselves that it will make us stronger, that we should be able to do it. But the truth is, we are so much stronger together, and Bronwyn Joyce's story this week reminds us that this is true. I'm feeling inspired to take on whatever comes my way this week, and I hope you are too!