And a little more from Serena Adsit on home birth (mainly, how painful is it?) Last week, Serena Adsit delved deep, really deep, into her experience with home birth, placentaphagy…
“You don’t actually need much to have a baby.”
“Be a friend to yourself when you’re writing. Encourage yourself. Don’t set yourself up for failure.”
“My eclectic background wasn’t traditional in any way, yet I have learned some real important life lessons from the home. You are not your family.”
Swim cap off, journalist hat on, Olympic gold medalist Joseph Schooling interviews his father, Colin Schooling, for our cover story this week. This writer takes a spectator’s seat and watches…
“There’s a deep seated spot in my soul that physically hurts when I see hungry people.”
Today is International Women’s Day. My friend Samira asked me only two days ago if I would be doing a special feature for the occasion. I said no. Don’t be mistaken, March 8 is a special day to me.
Iman Fandi is a lot of things: Adventurous, goofy, serious, cheeky. She’s a model who advocates diversity, a role model to her peers, a student of psychology, she has empathy and emotional intelligence, and she quotes Bob Marley.
When all’s said and done, it boils down to one thing: A sense of purpose. Why do you want to do this?