What do brown sugar, tapioca, and “cheese foam” have in common? If you’re asking, you may still need to become a fan of bubble tea,
Gaining the courage to speak in public can be life-changing for Toastmasters. For Jillian Haslam, DTM, it was not just life-changing; in many ways it was
It only takes seven seconds for someone to look at you and form assumptions about your age, education, economic level, profession, heritage, and more. For
A hurricane felled a tree last week. Here is its underside: roots, dirt, a tiny sea. Now a new universe will form. Things will burrow,
When you joined your first Toastmasters club, did you get a rush of excitement at the thought of your next meeting? Did imagining your Ice
I gofor the birdsong,smell of pines,disorderly orderof the forest it ownsmysteries, miracles – trees –some reach a hundred feetto the skysome lay across the trailspawn
My primary volunteer activity at Armand Bayou is serving as an assistant guide on night hikes. These hikes are a great way to enhance the experience of the natural setting; sighted people especially may not be very aware of the smells or sounds of their environment.
You may see them infrequently. You may wonder at their skill or endurance. If you’re the average AT thru-hiker—young and male—you may worry about their