Tag Archives: feminism
coaching | Briana
So this past Thursday marked the end of my very first coaching season as a head coach. I coached the F.P. Walshe Junior “A” Flyers, which means I coached 11 grade 8/9 boys. I coached with the Lethbridge Volleyball Club … Continue reading
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the girl effect!
My beautiful, talented, passionate roommate Kristina is doing her PSIII right now in Punta Gorda, Belize and loving every minute of it! Somehow she also finds time to Facebook me and let me know about things that she thinks I’d … Continue reading
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finding your passion
It’s been forever since I blogged! It didn’t feel like that long, but I guess working night shifts makes time fly by – or at least makes me lose track of time. I haven’t been doing anything besides working, really. … Continue reading
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