Monthly Archives: September 2015

Tilting at windmills

I’ve started graduate work in Special Education with hopes of helping those most in need. Instead I find myself discouraged more and more by the system as it exists. This is my final reflection for week four of the online … Continue reading

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Choosing Wisely

I just read a speech by Lou Holz in which he declares 10% of your life is about what happens to you and 90% is how you respond to it. I’m not sure where he gets his numbers from. I’m … Continue reading

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