Top Posts 2018

In the spirit of often mocked but often clickable end of the year listicles, here are the top posts from this blog in 2018.

#1 Top Post

This post continues to be the most clicked page on my entire site, including the home page. Lots of Brené Brown fans out there.

#2 Top Post

This is my second visited post this year. This remains one of my favorites because of Natalie Allen’s mind map. I also presented with with Hilary Lichterman and Amanda Knerr on this for presentations at ACPA and NASPA respectively on Mindful Leadership using the 8 Pillars of Joy as an organizer. You can see a short video summarizing this from ACPA here.

Top Post Written in 2018

I am often asked by folks about topic. Finally, I wrote down some of my common suggestions and reminders here. This is useful whether you are considering keeping your primary job and adding a side hustle or seeking to develop something so you can leave your primary job and work independently. I’ve learned lots on this journey – some from my wise choices, some from the wisdom of others, and some from some really dumb mistakes.

Personal Favorite

This is my personal favorite post from 2018. This was fun to reflect on the social justice aspects of class dynamics, revisit with both my parents, and share some of my early life cuteness with folks.

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