It’s been nearly two weeks since the Kansas Stay-At-Home order was lifted (at least Phase 1 of it). While I’m happy to get back to business, there’s also a part of me that misses the quarantine life and feels somewhat GUILTY about it – and I know I can’t be the only one. I’m a bag of mixed feelings right now, and it’s so confusing… I entered into quarantine filled with trepidation and disbelief that something like this could truly happen in this day in age. A small virus par
Eagle University is a youth leadership and success program for high school and college students. My brother and I attended this program growing up and I was honored to be back to share some insight on staying positive and continuing to tackle your goals during the coronavirus quarantine alongside EagleU Executive Director, Taylor Lowe. #positivity #quarantine #stayathome #EagleUniversity #EagleU
Happy Easter from my family to yours! Most of us have celebrated much differently this year, but it is our responsibility – for our families, our children's memories, and our communities – to make them as meaningful as possible.
For good or bad, the coronavirus is preventing us from living our lives on autopilot. By disrupting our normal rhythms, it is forcing us all to take a closer look at our lives. Some things that seemed important in our chaotic daily lives may no long