Failing spectacularly: working towards a goal you know you won’t make

I’m not big on new year’s resolutions, but this year I made one. Having run fifteen half marathons, two marathons, and five triathlons, I thought it was time to push myself in a new way that a finish line couldn’t. Thus, I set a year-long goal to run 1000 miles in 2018. I did theContinue reading “Failing spectacularly: working towards a goal you know you won’t make”

Friday kudos, wine for your weekend, and the real possibility of failure

An interesting thing happens at the end of the school year. Each year a handful of students that didn’t care a lick about school for the entire year, when suddenly faced with the real possibility of failure, wants to know what they can do to bring their grade up. And the answer is, often times,Continue reading “Friday kudos, wine for your weekend, and the real possibility of failure”