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  • Published Editorial

    I was recently published in SWAT Magazine, featuring an Emergency Life Saver course I attended. The course is offered by XSA International and is designed for civilians and professionals alike. The lessons and tools I acquired were substantial–they inspired my article. What’s more, in late April of 2018, due to unusual circumstances, I had crashed…

  • My Bike and I Gone Flying

    Three weeks ago, I crashed. I entered a sharp curve that narrowed beyond my reach and missed the opportunity to compensate by leaning harder. Although I escaped the lethal guardrail, my front fork faced the shoulder and I ended up contacting the dirt. The bike and I went flying.

  • My Tel Aviv, Israel

    Many believe Tel-Aviv and NYC have a lot in common. Traffic congestion is a trade-mark; the under tunnel train will soon be complete. And it never sleeps. Bars close at 4am only to reopen two hours later. People stay up late and the streets are stuffed with young Israelis, most of whom hipsters who are utterly in-love with the city and would pay any price to live in its center–the epicenter of fashion, technology, innovation, gourmet and more

  • Motorcycle Riding

    I wasn’t supposed to be a motorcycle rider. Every inch in my body is certain I would have never had the courage to learn how to ride, never found the time… few other circumstantial reasons would have prevented me from ever trying, I’m sure. Besides, judging by the road, most women don’t ride, they sit in the back.

  • Teaching “Leadership” – Total Waste of Time

    What does it mean to be a leader? What do organizations, universities, public officials refer to when they aim to cultivate leadership skills? What traits and behaviors belong to a leader, and what sort of circumstances necessitate leadership?

  • Op-Ed – The Clarion, MATC

    There are over 144 career programs offered at Madison College, many of which will award you an associate’s degree at the end of two years (4-5 semesters). AS and AA degrees are great because they incorporate many college level transferable credits, which means students can always return to school and continue from where they left off. But what about two year technical diplomas?