Galle, Sri Lanka – April 2016

Welcome! I’m glad you found your way here.

This blog has been around for a long time and has taken several forms. For most of its existence, this blog has been a place where I share my thoughts on travel, education, global and personal happenings, and my quest to make the world a more peaceful place. Hopefully something resonates with you and leaves you thinking.

Being a teacher has provided me with wonderful opportunities to learn, travel, practice photography, and interact with people who have had profound impacts on the way I see the world. I’ve lived and worked in New York, Malaysia, and Singapore, and am currently teaching at an international school in Germany.

I love blogging because it allows me to engage in open, honest conversation with you, the reader. There would be no blog if not for you and I love hearing what you think and what you have to say. I welcome your comments on any posts, or there’s a contact page if that’s preferable.

Thanks for reading and for journeying along with me.

PS Here’s the copyright part: All text and images on this blog belong to me, unless noted otherwise. Thanks!

PPS Sometimes I self-publish what I write, which is a great opportunity for you to support my work if you find it valuable. Click here to learn more. Thanks so much!

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Photos, travels, musings, and ideas on education by someone trying to make the world a better and more peaceful place

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