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...offering a loving and non judgmental space for my children

...offering a loving and non judgmental space for my children

Posted by Natashia on Jan 20th 2020

"As the years go by, my proudest moment changes. Which is a wonderful thing to be able to say really. That means there is constant growth happening, and to me, that's pretty important. Being a parent means we witness growth happen on the regular. Things change as the times go on and the one thing th …
...when I packed up my life and moved 2,000 miles.

...when I packed up my life and moved 2,000 miles.

Posted by Tom on Jan 13th 2020

"My proudest moment is when I packed up my life and moved 2,000 miles from Massachusetts to Utah to attend the University of Utah.I told everyone I was going to Utah because I wanted to ski while going to school and I wanted a new adventure. That was mostly true, but the main reason was that I had a …
...getting into the design program at the University of Utah.

...getting into the design program at the University of Utah.

Posted by Kayla on Jan 5th 2020

"My proudest moment is getting into the design program at the University of Utah.I’m so lucky to say that I’ve done a lot in my life that I am proud of, but I’d have to say the most recent and most rewarding was getting into the design program, summer 2019. I was nearly two years into my biology deg …
...when I choose my son.

...when I choose my son.

Posted by Michelle on Dec 30th 2019

"My proudest moment is when I choose my son.I was 15 when my mom left. We were living in Las Vegas at the time that she and my dad hit yet another rough patch in their marriage. She filed for divorce, packed a suitcase, and headed to New York City to become a flight attendant leaving behind my dad, …
...simply when I show up!

...simply when I show up!

Posted by Jules on Dec 9th 2019

"My proudest moment is simply when I show up.You see, I have severe anxiety. Recently, my therapist told me that I'm a ball of anxiety and hope. I worry all the time about all the things. All the different scenarios. I worry about things that people don't even think about. I think about all of the " …
...when I realized how great the life I created is!

...when I realized how great the life I created is!

Posted by Madeleine on Dec 2nd 2019

"My proudest moment is when I realized how great the life I created is!!My childhood was pleasant enough. I grew up in a nice house with fun siblings and parents that made sure we never starved. I had friends and did well in school. That said, it was emotionally barren and I never got along with my …
...learning to be my whole self in the outdoors

...learning to be my whole self in the outdoors

Posted by Kim on Nov 25th 2019

"My proudest moment is learning to be my whole self in the outdoors.I started backpacking when I was sixteen and immediately fell in love with the outdoors. It was the first place I had ever been that was big enough to encompass all sides of me. Coming from a family that was supportive of my going, …
...conquering the feeling of rejection.

...conquering the feeling of rejection.

Posted by Katy Salinas on Nov 11th 2019

"My proudest moment is conquering the feeling of rejection and realizing I am so much more than what a piece of paper tells me.I graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Education with an endorsement in Communication Disorders from the University of Nebraska at Omaha in May 2016. In that final semest …
...overcoming my physical limitations.

...overcoming my physical limitations.

Posted by Clare on Nov 4th 2019

"My proudest moment is when I overcame my physical limitations of Rheumatoid Arthritis and was able to summit a mountain with my two closest girlfriends.I was diagnosed with Rheumatoid Arthritis when I was 23 years old. I was young and trying to find my way in the world. Rheumatoid arthritis affects …
...Not Ever Giving Up On My Dreams!

...Not Ever Giving Up On My Dreams!

Posted by Alex Bolden on Oct 28th 2019

"My dreams are big and I fail a lot but I don’t give up because you never know when the hard work is going to pay off. I know that if I keep doing my best and learning from my mistakes I will succeed and live my dreams.My big dreams were: I wanted to get my 200m individual medley time under 4:30 and …