Dorothy M. Johnson

Twenty-six letters in my alphabet can be arranged to comfort, create connection, inform or inflame. Words are the most powerful tool I know.

I'm in recovery from living a life I thought I was supposed to live and am stepping firmly into the life I've known in my bones was mine, if only I could be brave. More than twenty years of corporate life at some of the most respected firms, and my soul felt scorched. This chapter of my life will include giving voice to the voiceless and letting that extra heartbeat I've felt since I was six years old, out into the world.
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The Most Incorrectly Used Word

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How to make your fitness resolution stick and the one workout you will regret

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Charlotte’s Web and Thanksgiving

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Fence Folks and Pasture People

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The F I’ve never liked

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What Theodore Roosevelt taught me about authenticity

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Failure. This too, shall pass.

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