I went from Jaiku to Twitter to here.
@miren Welcome! And that sounds so interesting - I studied journalism in undergrad, taught it for 11 years and have a masters in journalism education, and that's such an important skill to teach (and one I still feel like I need to work on.)
@miren Hi welcome!
@miren welcome! I also did babywearing with my 2 kids (still sometimes put my two year old in our Ergo).
I'm also trying to get back into a regular yoga practice -- I do mostly videos at home when I can.
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