How do you communicate when words fail? Two ideas for inspiration

Lately, communication has been on my brain.  Our son just turned 9 months old a few days ago, and to be honest, I’ve never felt more challenged as a communicator than as a mom.  It’s been a crash course in identifying and naming all his cries, screeches, shrieks, and squeals. More than once I found myself asking – why can’t … Read More

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What I’ve learned from leading virtual programs this summer

With the recent spike in COVID cases around the country, many people and organizations are again reassessing the immediate need to get back to business, school, and more.  We’ve had a (relatively) busy summer filled with virtual programs for summer camps and libraries. I’ve picked up a few tricks along the way when it comes to facilitating virtual programs on … Read More

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An open letter concerning the death of George Floyd

Dear friends of Just Add Rhythm, Considering the horrific and senseless acts of violence, rioting, and looting surrounding the death of George Floyd, I, like many others, feel compelled to speak. We can no longer avoid uncomfortable conversations around racial injustice. While I prefer our communications with you to be inspiring, educational, and filled with joy, I understand that everyone … Read More

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