Project Wednesday is an organization that fosters positive human development through story sharing.

Sometimes it is not the story itself but rather the process of telling the story. Allowing yourself to confront things you keep locked away in the depths of your mind. The power of a story can easily be the process you have to go through to be able to say, "This is me. This is who I really am."

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Being An Editor Taught Me About the Importance of Using Your Voice

I have been an editor for around two years. First as an editor for a chapter of a national publication at my university and then as a national editor for ...
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The Walk That Almost Wasn’t

“When you turn that tassel, you’re moving on, not just from college, but also from all of the emotions that come with it,” she pronounced with gentle sagacity.  Her eyes ...
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4 Things I’ve Learned In My (Almost) Year Of Being A Published Writer

On June 22, it will be one year since I became a published writer. Wow! That went by fast! I must say it has been an extremely crazy, wild ride ...
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Punches for Everyone!

Everyone deserves a solid punch to the face. I’m going to tell you how I got mine and why it was exactly what I needed to grow as a person ...
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Maybe Pigs Will Fly

I haven’t been writing. Not for any profound reason, per say, just life. Life is the reason. It got in the way and quite honestly I was happy to let ...
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Things You Didn’t Realize You Were Teaching Me

Dear Mom, Looking back there are lessons you methodically taught us as children. They were planned, they were consistent and they were reinforced. Never lie. Work hard. Say please and ...
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She could have made soup

“I should have raised chickens -- I could have made soup!” That was mom’s serenity prayer when the three of us were growing up. I have two siblings. Michelle is ...
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Rides of Passage

My Dad taught all of us how to drive. We had a camel colored Chevy Nova that had seen far better days by the time it was my turn to ...
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A Teacher’s Greatest Lesson

Dedicated to Mr. Clevenger, my fifth grade teacher, for never letting me give up. Most importantly, believing in me.  Teachers are some awesome and incredible people. They’re intrusted with children ...
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