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I’ve seen this buzzword come up a few times in feeds and on social (just glue my hand to my phone at this point). I think it’s important to address, especially with my friends and family who hold positions of power and are capable of acting out institutional change. What does “performative activism” mean? It […]
To all my white friends and family who feel attacked right now, I want you to know I see you and I hear you. I don’t think it’s funny that you feel uncomfortable and I don’t think the people taunting you are always justified. I don’t expect your blind acceptance and I don’t want your […]
In Samantha Stratton’s Spinning Out, compassionate storytelling weave the figure skating lives of the Baker women into their reality of living with bipolar disorder. Here’s what I think the show did well, and why you should watch.
Working on a video with low or no budget? Check out these Austin outdoor venues for backgrounds with a great vibe.
The last year of my life changed everything about me. For the better.
Look, I love Bill Skaarsgard so much. He is hella spooky looking and does not match his name at all, but he is incredibly talented. So when I saw he was in another horror show (he formerly starred in the Netflix gore fest that was Hemlock Grove), I thought – sure – I’ll give him […]
In America’s fittest city, living life as a healthy and happy curvy girl feels like sacrilege or failure of some kind. As a #realaustinwoman, I want to change that.
Bill Hader and Alec Berg managed to create a comedy that is both heartbreakingly sincere and filled with gut shaking dark humor in Barry season one. In season two, they’ve brought more of that to the table. Read why Barry is the show you should be watching.
Checking in with our body, mind and soul may sound daunting and a little too “new age.” This post focuses on practical questions to ask ourselves to find the answer that lead us toward healing.
I think goal-oriented resolutions are often steeped in some form of self-hate or a societal ideal of what an adventurous, fit or healthy person does. Instead, this year I’ve decided to reflect and evaluate some of my relationships with the world around me that started changing in 2018 and I’d like to think about more in 2019.
What it’s like to live with major depressive disorder. My experience handling major depressions and the life I get to live in between.
These five tips are part of an arsenal I use to combat my worst depressions. Celebrate World Mental Health Day by using some for yourself.
With a background in writing, I find myself drawn to well constructed literature. But not all good literature is good reading. These novels are both.
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