Saving Sea Turtles with Straws

My 10 year old, Clover, is obsessed with ocean life. She has been since she was 4, which is when she began her intense study of sharks and whales. That love has only grown over time, and as...

Education & Emotions

I have spent the last few weeks reviewing applications, talking to parents and kids, and laying the groundwork for our Education Initiative. The first two years were sort of just done as a combo … People gave to...

gap-dwellers

... we live in the distance, between two worlds: Our roots are stuck in America, where we grew up with privilege and ease. But our hearts are stuck in Haiti, where we get the privilege of knowing the oppressed, developing our understanding of the world's injustices, and deepening our faith.

Rhee’s Faves: Anti-Aging Skincare

As I tumble towards the big 4-0, I have become more and more conscientious about my skincare routine. In the last year or so, I have tried several anti-aging products. I thought it would be fun to share the ones that have become my favorites - and (best part) they're affordable!

Oriental Inspired Salad

As an ex-pat living in Haiti, there is a struggle to eat and stay healthy. One of my favorite go-to meals is this super-easy oriental inspired salad that you can use with pretty much any vegetable you can find at the local market.

Beauty & the Beet

In a day where it seems half the world is aspiring to look like almost not-human, perfect, plastic dolls and the other half is going as natural as possible, what do we think about how our food affects our appearance?

Why we gotta be so divisive?

I was recently accused of being anti-adoption. Anyone who really knows me knows how ridiculous that is to say. But have you noticed that these days it seems like if you are FOR this or that cause, somehow you're automatically AGAINST something else? I don't understand why the world today is so divisive!

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