Lacy Edney

Online Content Creator

Location icon United States of America

I'm a funny and honest writer who is passionate about inspiration, travel and language learning.

Tiny Buddha
5 Steps to Find Peace Instead of Stressing About the Future

"If you worry about what might be, and wonder what might have been, you will ignore what is." ~Unknown I was entering a completely new stage in my life. It could have been the beginning of something great, but it was entirely foreign to me.
How to Live Like You're Traveling

I recently read a few pages from the book Art of Traveling by Alain de Botton. He describes how we view our worlds when we are traveling versus when we are “at home” or in a routine. I started thinking about how my own perspective on life differs when I’m traveling and when I’m in a routine.

ILSC Education Group Blog
5 Tips to Accelerate Your Language Learning

Contributed and e dited by Lacy Edney, Marketing and Social Media Coordinator, ILSC-San Francisco I've been on the language learning track for a while. It all started with Spanish, which was more of a lackadaisical wandering through vocabulary and tenses that never seemed to sink in.

Lavish Living Magazine
Love for Blood

Need an instant lift or a meaningful way to get involved and make a difference? What better way to start a new year, than to donate blood? You are helping others by giving of yourself in a real and tangible way. During the holidays, it’s easy to get caught up in the festivities, but now that January, national blood donor month, has set in, it’s a great time to plan ahead and help our community make provisions for the year ahead

The Rio Times
Visiting the Favelas of Rio de Janeiro | The Rio Times | Brazil News

By Lacy Edney, Contributing Reporter RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The favelas of Rio have arguably represented a dangerous side of the Cidade Maravilhosa, but with the pacification efforts, several favela communities have become a safe and welcoming point of interest for tourists.

Ethan's Evolution

As I turn to face my students, I’m horrified to see Ethan crawling across the desks. I can’t believe this is happening in my class! Panic alarms are going off in my head, my heart is beating fast, and I know I have to act before total chaos erupts. I walk over to Ethan, wrap my arms around his waist, and heft him to the ground. It’s at this moment that I wonder why I ever volunteered to teach a kindergarten class.

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