Monthly Archives: February 2014

Temple Run

I’m back in India this week, so that I can spend some time with my growing team.  The trip is inevitably hard on me and my family, but at the same time I really enjoy having some time in person with all the amazing people who have joined our organization in the past year or […]

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Don’t tell me I’m normal

If you get a chance, I highly recommend this TED talk called What I’ve learned from my autistic brothers, by Faith Jegede.  She talks about living and learning from her autistic brothers, and what we can take away: Now, I cannot deny that there have been some challenging moments in my family, moments where I’ve wished that […]

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Inspiration from Japan

I’ve been browsing through some of my old posts in draft, trying to figure out which ones I might actually get around to finishing.  I did come across a few different posts about Japan (one is from my trip to Japan in 2010!) which I thought it might be fun to combine. The inspiration to […]

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Left Brain, Right Brain

As we observe both of our children in their Brain Balance programs, we continue to be curious about the emerging research on the brain.  Mercedes-Benz just produced a visually compelling advertisement which I think does a beautiful job representing the differences between the left and right sides of the brain. You can click on the […]

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