Climb 365 Blog

My things have been quiet on my end, though that doesn’t mean nothing is happening behind the scenes. It’s hard to believe that it’s been a year since this Climb365 journey started. While I haven’t ended up with a complete platform yet, it’s underway and in the making. I’m grateful […]

Looking Back, Moving Forward

As my year comes to a close, I keep thinking to myself that I wish I could turn this into the Climb 730 Challenge.  Being held accountable and knowing that I have the support and excitement of so many people has really pushed me in a great direction.  I feel […]

Looking Back…

Hi Friends, I can’t believe this year has flown by so quickly! I have enjoyed sharing all of the past year with you and especially appreciate the support of the Junior League of Greensboro with Climb 365 and for believing in my goal. STEM Leadership Camp was an idea that […]

STEM Leadership Camp 2015

Molly Paul
Hi Friends, My recent trip to Costa Rica to present at the EF Global Student Leaders Summit was amazing!! I met students and teachers from around the world and had the best time speaking about how they could use Google Mapping to address challenges and create community-based service projects at home. Also, […]

EF Global Student Leaders Summit

Molly Paul
Hi Friends, Saturday is Reptile and Amphibian Day at the NC Museum of Natural Sciences! The theme this year is crocodilians. One of my other projects is selling Molly’s Turtle Soap to fundraise for NC conservation organizations, and for the third year in a row I will have my own […]

Reptile and Amphibian Day!

Hi everyone, Sorry for not posting lately, I had the flu and was out of school for a week. I’m feeling much better but catching up with work for three AP classes has not been fun. I’m really excited for my upcoming trip to Costa Rica to speak at the […]


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Today was my mother’s birthday.   I am constantly thinking about her and her absence and presence in my life but for some reason this morning, I woke up and forgot the day. Then my husband asked me, “What year was your mom born? I’m just trying to think about how […]