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Blog Archives: November 2018

New Year’s Eve R-n-R Even

November 30, 2018
Brooke Binstock
There are many ways to bring in the New Year in our culture, and especially in Austin!  With an air of excitement and entertainment on every corner, we band together in a celebratory thunderclap and often don’t recollect the night’s events. I’ve had my fair share of these nights and have enjoyed each iteration of celebrating. But now, I am realizing the value in quiet reflection. Mary Richardson and I are excited to be co-teaching an event on New Year’s Eve to help quiet down the noise and get acquainted with that intentional part that is ...

Get to Give

November 27, 2018

Girls (women) Just Wanna (but forget to) Have Fun

November 02, 2018
Lizzie Brooks
Laundry, check.  Kids’ lunches, check.  Job responsibilities, check.  Fun…hello, fun? Where are youuuuuuuuu? Fun has gone missing. It used to be at the top of the list. It used to grab you by the hand and lead you through exciting experiences. It used to unveil new things and keep you out past midnight. It used to call your friends and tell them when and where. But right now, fun is playing hide and you’ve forgotten to seek. When did you and fun lose touch? Why did you start to associate fun as something more for the kids? There’s an ...