Category Archives: challenge

Finding OTS PEP Finding OTS PEP


If you’re not following [Source] He also had this message today: “Quit worrying about failing and start believing in achieving.  If you change the way you think, you increase the goals you accomplish.” Today I thought about my own five goals, and I am sharing them with you as I build myself up in preparation…
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Day 30 – A letter to yourself, tell yourself EVERYTHING you love about yourself. Day 30 – A letter to yourself, tell yourself EVERYTHING you love about yourself.


Dear Erin, I love the following qualities about you: You’re resourceful.  You know how to use your outgoing personality to network and make connections (and some wonderful friends in the process) that have helped you out in both your professional and personal lives.  You’re a go-getter and you strive to be proactive and take charge…
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Day 19 – What do you think of religion? Or what do you think of politics? Day 19 – What do you think of religion? Or what do you think of politics?


“What do you think of religion?” is a pretty broad question.  I was raised United Methodist and came from the kind of family who dressed up for church every Sunday.  As a kid, I got excited on those rare Sundays when we didn’t go to church, since it meant I could sleep in.  I participated…
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Day 17 – A Book You’ve Read That Changed Your Views on Something Day 17 – A Book You’ve Read That Changed Your Views on Something


After physically glancing at my bookcase and not feeling inspired, Margaret Anderson’s Thinking About Women comes to mind and I’m more than satisfied with that response.  This textbook was the required reading of the first Women’s Studies course I took at UCLA.  That class completely changed the course of my undergraduate education.  I started off an…
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