How to Make Sense of a Paradoxical God

I have always enjoyed paradoxes, the blending of opposites to make something new. I see paradoxes constantly around me but particularly in the nature of God. Especially when I do not understand the logic of His being. I was taught that God was real and listening so I have always thrown my questions in His face. My prayers as a child rarely felt innocent or … Continue reading How to Make Sense of a Paradoxical God

Savvy’s Weird Education Journey

I never thought that I would go to university, even though everyone always told me that I should go. I didn’t think of myself as going to university type. I didn’t want to go into either ten thousands dollars of debt or thousands pounds of debt. Honestly, I never considered university was a plausible option for me. Then six years ago, out of the blue and … Continue reading Savvy’s Weird Education Journey

What the Enneagram Taught Me About Self-Love

What’s so great about personality tests? Okay, guest blogger Melodie Castellanos, enlighten me: If you’re reading this, you’ve probably taken a personality test. For the sake of accurate statistics—I won’t give a random numerical percentage—but I do believe it’s safe to say that if you are, in fact, a human being who stumbled upon this blog post, there is a pretty big chance you’ve taken … Continue reading What the Enneagram Taught Me About Self-Love

What it Means to Be Very Successful

What is success built on? Guest blogger Matt Liu shares his insight: This year has been a fantastic year for my friends. My friend Katrina got an offer letter from Tesla with less than a year of formal computer science education on her résumé. My friend Rishi was accepted to Harvard Business School. My friend Julie opened her trendy bar in a big city. Friends … Continue reading What it Means to Be Very Successful

Savvy and Rachel’s Greatest Hits (So Far)

Hey guys, it’s me, Savvy, this week! During the holidays, Rachel and I like to team up and write our blog posts together (#SavvyandRachelSeries). Last week, Rachel and I talked about all of the personal change in our lives. It’s weird to think about all of the things has happened. Remember in the early days, this blog was called ‘One, Not Two’ (read about it here) or … Continue reading Savvy and Rachel’s Greatest Hits (So Far)

3 Lessons I’ve Learned from Working with Children

It has been one of those whirlwind weeks in terms of my work (I work as a nanny and at a child-minding setting). I’ve done the normal school runs and pre-school gymnastics but have also had the extra parent meetings, the paperwork, and I even emplaced participatory activities in my setting which still need to evaluated and adapted this weekend. Looking after children is exhausting … Continue reading 3 Lessons I’ve Learned from Working with Children