The Power of Writing Down a Goal, a guest post by Anita Kharbanda

When I was young, I thought writing books was for people with PhDs in English who attended Ivy league universities. And authors were definitely not South Asian, no no. We were meant to be doctors, lawyers, and engineers. We kept our heads down, studied hard, and helped keep high-ranking school districts at an A rating … Read more

The Transformative Power of Imagination, a guest post by Helena Ku Rhee

My parents often apologize to me for my childhood because they imagine it must have been a tough time—especially since, for them, that period was one of hardship. But the childhood they believe I had differs vastly from the one that exists in my memory. We were immigrants from South Korea, and when I was … Read more