witches are good, a cultural diversity day story from a 12 year old, and how I got my intentional listening skills

When I was a kid, there was a haunted house in my grandma’s village. One of those houses where we, as adventurous kids, would challenge each other to go in and take a peek. No one ever made it past the front door, which was always open. At least, that’s how I remember it. My … Continue reading witches are good, a cultural diversity day story from a 12 year old, and how I got my intentional listening skills

Cooking: Travel Around the World with Your Tastebuds

In my journey of discovering and trying out recipes from different countries and cultures, I often come across different measuring units and making a wrong conversion can make a recipe go downhill pretty quickly. One time I made the mistake of thinking a “cup” meant the same thing no matter where you are, and my … Continue reading Cooking: Travel Around the World with Your Tastebuds

Searching for Inclusivity in Education & Beyond

Sometimes it takes feeling safe to let yourself stand out. Long before I was a Product Specialist at Amara and PCF, I trained to be a teacher. Specifically, I studied secondary education in mathematics to high school students. Algebra, trigonometry, calculus– you name it, I learned how to teach it! I chose to study education … Continue reading Searching for Inclusivity in Education & Beyond