Hard Choices

I read Hillary Clinton's Hard Choices: A Memoir on and off for a while. It's a comprehensive six hundred-or-so page book, complete with index, written by Hillary herself (no co-authors or ghost writers here) detailing her time as Secretary of State. She writes about everything from how long it took President Obama to convince her... Continue Reading →

“What Can I Do?”

I know that I said there would be less posts here for a while, but it turns out that sitting and doing nothing was just not going to cut it, especially when there is so much we can do. Sign this petition on change.org. Hillary Clinton received more votes. It's that simple. The electoral college... Continue Reading →

Stronger Together Pt. 2

My disposition has changed exponentially in the last forty-eight hours. Like most of us, I've gone from shock and disbelief to confusion and skepticism, to sadness and fear, to anger and now to determination. My first wave of feelings were personal. I wanted a woman to be the president and I wanted it to be... Continue Reading →

On Strong Women

We were lucky enough to attend a Michelle Obama rally in Phoenix a couple weeks ago, as well as a Hillary Clinton rally in Tempe just the other day. I say lucky, because I never in a million years thought that either of them would be making a point to visit Arizona because we are... Continue Reading →

Inspirational Words

“I was taking a law school admissions test in a big classroom at Harvard. My friend and I were some of the only women in the room. I was feeling nervous. I was a senior in college. I wasn’t sure how well I’d do. And while we’re waiting for the exam to start, a group... Continue Reading →

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